A former sheriff from Arizona pardoned announced his campaign for Sheriff's Sunday in the Maricopa district on the anniversary of his apology in 2017 by Mr. Trump for an offense against a court order for disobeying an order to end immigration patrols.ran to regain his seat lost in 2016. Joe Arpaio
The 87-year-old, who has worked for 24 years as "America's toughest sheriff" ̵
"On this day, August 25, 2019, after consultation and approval From my wife Ava, who is 61 years old, I have decided to stand for re-election as a sheriff." Look, world, we're back ! "he announced.
Arpaio also said he wanted to reopen hiswhich was shut down by . Arpaio lost to the Democrats in 2016 after immigration patrols led to an increase in legal costs for taxpayers.
"I will continue to fight to do the right thing for Arizona and America and will never surrender," Arpaio said. "Those who violate the law have to deal with this sheriff."
Arpaio said he was "humiliated by many thousands of people across the country, including Arizona, and encouraged him to run for the sheriff of Maricopa County, Arizona – again."