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Joe Arpaio Is Still Guilty Despite Presidential Pardon, Judge Says
A judge rebuffed former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio?s request to expunge his criminal conviction for unlawfully detaining individuals based on suspicions of their legal status after President Donald Trump pardoned him in August.
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Steve Bannon: George W Bush's presidency most 'destructive' in history, claims former White House adviser
Steve Bannon has launched a scathing attack on George W Bush, calling his presidency the most ?destructive? in history. The former White House adviser made the remarks following Mr Bush?s speech in New York earlier this week, in which he denounced bigotry in Trump-era American politics and warned that the rise of ?nativism? had clouded the nation?s true identity. Mr Bannon told the California Republican Party convention Mr Bush had embarrassed himself and did not know what he was talking about.