3 Arizonans in the News this Month

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Paul Gosar
The U.S. congressman from Prescott sent out 23 tweets in a row ranting about President Donald Trump’s impeachment hearings. Upon closer examination, the first letter of each post spelled out the phrase “Epstein Didn’t Kill Himself.” The theory went viral after convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein was found dead in his New York prison cell in August.

Scott Warren
After providing two Central American men with clothes, water and shelter in 2018, the Tucson humanitarian and geography teacher was arrested on the charge of harboring undocumented migrants. The case became symbolic of Trump’s hardnosed stance on border crossings. Warren was found not guilty in November.

Monte the Dog
The live-action remake of Lady and the Tramp, which debuted on Disney Plus in November, stars real-life rescue dog Monte as Tramp. The 2-year-old terrier mix was adopted from HALO Animal Rescue in Phoenix.

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