Here are five must-watch moments from Trump's fiery Arizona rally

Here are five must-watch moments from Trump's fiery Arizona rally

Here are five must-watch moments from Trump's fiery Arizona rally

Gallego's call for "a full and transparent investigation" came after Police Department officials said officers used tear gas, smoke, pepper balls and pepper spray to disperse a crowd that remained near the Phoenix Convention Center after the rally ended.

Police are asking people to leave the area.

Trump read off three presidential statements he delivered in the wake of the August 11-12 rally, complaining that the media doesn't report on them and saying his "words were flawless".

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President Donald Trump has lately been issuing a number of statements and it is easy to tell from them that he might soon pardon Joe Arpaio.

"The obstructionist Democrats would like us not to do it".

He also said that if President Trump announced a pardon of Sheriff Joe Arpaio would add to the chaos.

"This is the person we elected as a president of the United States?" he concluded. "And I honestly believe they don't". "We have KKK. I got 'em all", Trump said sardonically of his rebuke to Charlottesville racists, after being faulted for failing to condemn those groups in his initial response on the day of the clashes.

Trump had said eight days ago that he was considering a pardon of Arpaio's misdemeanor contempt of court conviction for intentionally defying a judge's order to stop his traffic patrols that targeted immigrants.

"If we have to close down our government, we're building that wall", he said.

Citing Stanton's interview to MSNBC, CNN quoted Mayor as saying that "Trump's speech was "unfortunate" and "it wasn't the right time for a campaign rally here". However, the lack of a pardon has not shaken Arpaio's faith in Trump. "As long as he's president, I'll support him". The president didn't mention McCain or Flake by name, but it was obvious whom his beef was with, and the Arizona crowd knew.

Mr Trump won Arizona in last year's election but it was a narrow victory: 48.1% compared with 44.6% won by Hillary Clinton.

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