President Trump will hold a campaign rally in Arizona on Tuesday night, and it could get heated

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The mayor of Phoenix asked Trump to delay his visit, arguing the president 'œdoused racial tensions with gasoline' after Charlottesville and bringing up Trump'™s position on the sheriff. 'œA pardon of Arpaio can be viewed only as a presidential endorsement of the lawlessness and discrimination that terrorized Phoenix'™s Latino community,' Mayor Greg Stanton, a Democrat, wrote in the Washington Post. 'œChoosing to announce it in Phoenix '” especially in the wake of Charlottesville '” would add insult to very serious injury and would reveal that the president'™s true intent is to further divide our nation.'Trump's rally is expected to start at 7 p.m. local time. A live stream of the event can be seen here.  Request Reprint or Submit Correction Join the Discussion Most Read Sign up for our Newsletter Sign up Update your preferences » Related Stories Trump's Wall Seen as 'Waste of Money,' Even in Arizona Who Is Sheriff Joe, the Man Trump Wants to Pardon? Trump Can't Tap Afghan Minerals for War Funds, Yet Choose a Membership That's Perfect for You! Print & Digital Weekly magazine, delivered Daily Newsletter Website access Subscribe Print Only Weekly magazine, delivered Daily Newsletter Website access Subscribe Digital Only Website access Daily Newsletter Subscribe Newsweek© 2017 Newsweek LLCAbout UsCorrectionsContact UsNewsweek Media GroupCareersAdvertiseCopyrightPrivacy PolicyTerms of ServiceTerms of SaleArchive

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