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With Joe Arpaio in the Arizona Senate race, it's going to be wild

The Arizona Senate race for Republican Jeff Flake’s seat is shaping up to be one of the the most hard fought and interesting races in the country.

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President Trump on down react to the enormous disaster.

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President Trump on down react to the enormous disaster.

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…and then blames Clinton for the idea.

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