Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio tells Newsmax.TV that Monday’s unanimous Supreme Court decision upholding a key provision of his state’s tough immigration law won’t change day-to-day enforcement efforts, but he called the Obama administration’s plan to ignore calls from Grand Canyon State police “arrogant.”

Published reports quoting unnamed Obama administration officials indicate that the federal government is suspending agreements with Arizona police over the enforcement of federal immigration laws, and that the Homeland Security Department has been told to decline many of the calls it receives from Arizona police over illegal immigrants.

“I don’t like to use the word arrogant, but it looks like they’re somewhat arrogant,” snapped the Maricopa County sheriff in an exclusive interview on Monday. “They took me to court last month — federal court, after a three-and-a-half year investigation stating that we systemically racial profile.”