joe arpaio

The third time was not a charm for disgraced ‘Sheriff Joe’ Arpaio, who has failed yet again in his bid to return to Arizona politics.
Joe Arpaio, the former Arizona sheriff, was defeated Wednesday in a race for mayor of the affluent suburb where he has lived for more than two decades.
The former Maricopa County sheriff has faced thousands of lawsuits over controversies such as jail deaths and immigration raids.
Tomi Lahren, Sebastian Gorka and others all thanked "Iblis" — a figure in the Quran usually analogous to Satan — for his unyielding support for Trump.
An animated anchorman on "Tooning Out the News" asked the controversial sheriff, "Can we look forward to a day where people will take the biggest s**ts imaginable on your grave?”
Arpaio, the infamous anti-immigrant former sheriff who received a Trump pardon after being criminally convicted, won't be getting his old job back.
An appeals court denied former Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s bid to erase his criminal conviction, saying Trump's pardon makes it unnecessary.
Arpaio was convicted of criminal contempt and later pardoned by President Donald Trump.
Rep. Martha McSally secures the GOP Senate nod, and in a marquee race will face Democrat Kyrsten Sinema in November.
Convicted criminal and diehard Trump supporter Sheriff Joe Arpaio faces a tough battle in Arizona’s Republican senate primary.