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Trump and Arpaio: the bromance that led to the presidency and a pardon

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The US president has signalled that he wants to pardon former Arizona sheriff Joe Arpaio, who was convicted for breaking the law with immigration patrols. Trump told a rally in Phoenix that Arpaio is ‘going to be just fine’

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During Donald Trump’s campaign, Joe Arpaio joked about how much the two had in common. In the end the president prized loyalty over legal procedure



Terry Greene Sterling and Jude Joffe-Block

Sunday 27 August 2017 07.00 BST




Donald Trump is joined onstage by Joe Arpaio at a campaign rally in Marshalltown, Iowa, in January 2016.
Photograph: Brian Snyder/Reuters
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Legal Procedure?


Are you kidding me? :blink:

Arpaio was charged under Obummer's justice department for doing what was within the framework of the law - deporting illegal immigrants.  But to avoid allowing him a fair trial - they charged him under a different statute, didn't allow a jury trial and the judge and justice department colluded to railroad him into prison!!!


A pardon is the least that Trump could have done - once he learned of it!!  That's right ... his Obummer holdovers are doing everything they can to limit what the President finds out.

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