Sarah Sanders: 'No action' on Arpaio pardon Tuesday

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"I'm watching Trump bring Air Force One back to Yuma and yes i do support president Trump, i think he's doing a darn good job", said Butch Koretz. I'm just going to speak from the heart, here.

"I can tell you that there will be no discussion of that today at any point, and no action will be taken on that front at any time today", Sanders said. "I hit 'em with neo-Nazi, I hit 'em with everything. KKK?".

"I didn't say I love you because you're black, or I love you because you're white", Trump said to a cheering crowd at the convention center.

Trump, whose controversial remarks after the violence in Charlottesville on August 12 drew widespread criticism, said most of the media was propagating incorrect information about him and fomenting divisions in the United States.

President Donald Trump won the White House, took the oath of office and has been serving as president since January 20.

"Last night, as you know, I laid out my vision for an honorable and enduring outcome in a very tough place, a place where our country has failed: Afghanistan", Trump said.

He promised to shut down the government if it does not build for him his border wall, making no mention of Mexico paying for it.

That was false. Thousands of people gathered in downtown Phoenix in Arizona for hours ahead of his rally to protest the president's first political event after the deadly violence in Charlottesville, Virginia.

"They don't want to report the facts - just like they don't want to report that I spoke out forcefully against hatred and condemned the white supremacists", he said of the media.

The state, also, is a home to staunch critics of Trump, like Senators Jeff Flake and John McCain, both Republicans who have feuded openly with the president.

If indeed Trump stands true to his word, the pardon may be given in a matter of days.

While Pres. Donald Trump didn't mention Sen. Lemon also questioned Trump's fitness for office and if he is "stable".

The president also has teased that he may pardon former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio (ahr-PY'-oh), who recently was convicted of disobeying a court order to stop his immigration patrols.

"We will renegotiate NAFTA, or we will terminate NAFTA".