BREAKING: Sheriff Joe Will Be Pardoned Soon, Paperwork Ready For Trump’s Signature


Washington (CNN)The White House has prepared the paperwork for President Trump to pardon former sheriff Joe Arpaio when he makes the final decision to do so, CNN has learned.

An administration official said the White House has also prepared talking points to send to surrogates after he is pardoned.
One of the talking points is that Arpaio served his country for 50 years in the military, the Drug Enforcement Administration and as Arizona’s Maricopa County sheriff, and that it is not appropriate to send him to prison for “enforcing the law” and “working to keep people safe.”

The paperwork has reportedly been prepared for President Trump to pardon controversial former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio.
The White House has prepared the paperwork for when Trump makes the decision and has also put together talking points for surrogates, CNN reported.
The talking points include emphasizing that Arpaio should not be put in prison for “enforcing the law” and “working to keep people safe.”
During his Phoenix rally Tuesday, President Trump refrained from pardoning Arpaio, but signaled he would do so.

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Sheriff Joe Arpaio spoke with Neil Cavuto from FOX Business Network on Wednesday after the Trump rally Tuesday in Phoenix, Arizona.

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