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Politics Arpaio: Congress should examine presidential birth certificates

05:05  11 january  2018
05:05  11 january  2018 Source:   thehill.com

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Congress should pass a law requiring such documents to be examined . "I'm going to tell you again that that document is a forgery document," Arpaio told WABC's Rita Cosby. "And nobody will touch it." "I wanted to get it to Congress so they can pass some type of law — regulation — that when

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Joe Arpaio wearing a suit and tie © Provided by The Hill Former Maricopa County, Ariz. Sheriff Joe Arpaio resurfaced false claims on Wednesday that former President Barack Obama's birth certificate is a "forgery" and said Congress should pass a law requiring such documents to be examined.

"I'm going to tell you again that that document is a forgery document," Arpaio told WABC's Rita Cosby."And nobody will touch it."

"I wanted to get it to Congress so they can pass some type of law - regulation - that when somebody runs for president you ought to check their background, so this won't happen again," he added. "But I can't get anybody - anybody - to even look at it."

Arpaio on Senate bid: I’m running ‘for the good of our country’

  Arpaio on Senate bid: I’m running ‘for the good of our country’ Former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio says in a new interview that he is running for Arizona's Senate seat "for the good of the country," explaining to CNN that he is going through much of the same that President Trump has gone through with the media. Load Error In an interview broadcast Wednesday, Arpaio told CNN that he believes he can win the GOP primary and eventual general election for Sen. Jeff Flake's (R-Ariz.) Senate seat. Flake announced last year he would not seek reelection in 2018."I've got to give it a shot for the good of our country," Arpaio said. "And I'm going to do it. And I'm going to win.

Arpaio made the remarks in an interview with WABC.

Home News Breaking News Arpaio : Congress Should Examine Presidents ’ Birth Certificates . President Donald Trump pardoned Arpaio last year after he was convicted of criminal contempt of court. Read more at THE HILL.

Arpaio announced on Tuesday that he will seek the Republican nomination in Arizona's 2018 Senate race. He told Cosby on Wednesday that he would raise the issue of Obama's birth certificate in Congress.

Arpaio has long been a controversial political figure, particularly for his hardline views on immigration and law enforcement. He served as Maricopa County sheriff for nearly 25 years before losing his reelection bid in 2016.

President Trump pardoned the former sheriff last year after he was convicted of ignoring a federal court's order to stop using racial profiling in law enforcement.

The conspiracy theory that Obama was not born in the U.S. and that his birth certified was fraudulent has been widely debunked. Trump himself propagated the theory for years, and a New York Times article published in November reported that Trump has continued to question the birth certificate's legitimacy.


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