Joe Arpaio says he was duped by Sacha Baron Cohen

Sacha Baron Cohen pranks Sarah Palin for new show

Sacha Baron Cohen pranks Sarah Palin for new show

Sarah Palin fired back at Sacha Baron Cohen during an appearance on Good Morning America Friday, while also sharing new details of the interview he duped her into taping for his Showtime series.

The former Republican vice presidential candidate says she fell victim to British comedian Sacha Baron Cohen during an interview for his upcoming Showtime series, "Who Is America?". She was greeted by a man in a wheelchair, presumably Cohen, who identified himself as a veteran and proceeded to conduct "a long interview full of Hollywoodism's disrespect and sarcasm".

A promotional trailer for the Cohen show already has surfaced and shows Cheney signing a "waterboard kit", while Palin reported a rambling interview encounter with an alleged disabled veteran, who was actually Cohen in disguise.

"It was supposed to be this big time, Showtime documentary and it was passed onto me by a speaker's bureau - which I would assume had done some vetting", Palin said to Robin Roberts today.

TV prankster Sacha Baron Cohen has fired a return salvo in his war of words with Sarah Palin.

Cohen then refuted that statement on Thursday by sharing a letter from one of the characters he plays, Billy Wayne Ruddick.

"Well, it was proposed to me as a legitimate interview to speak about veterans issues and our military and current events to a new audience".

Moore, who has been accused of sexual misconduct by 12 women, including multiple accusations of sexually assaulting minors, felt the need to come out in front of the release of Who Is America? with his own statement about how much he loves the U.S., God, and Israel. "(Coincidentaly, just like our Great President, I was sadly prevented from joining the regular army on account of bone spurs bein discovered in my testies)".

"He was asking her absurd, racist, homophobic, and sexist questions that were all meant to mock Trump voters as a bunch of ignorant and offensive kooks", a source close to Palin with knowledge of the interview told Breitbart News.

"You used to hunt the most unsafe animals in the country", he wrote, "like wolves and people on welfare". So why hunt a fine citizen journalist like myself?

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