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Sacha Baron Cohen delivers in-character response to 'duped' Sarah Palin

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Adrian Cunningham | 13 July, 2018, 04:24

According to Palin, the noted FOX News personality had been lured all the way from the wilds of Alaska to the ostensible safety of Washington, D.C., where she was compelled to sit for an interview with a wounded US military veteran who she later came to believe was actually a heavily-disguised Sacha Baron Cohen sitting in a wheelchair, a thing that could happen to literally anyone.

Arpaio aired his frustrations in a Breitbart report published Thursday, alleging he traveled to Los Angeles to meet with Baron Cohen in October 2017, sensing something was off when arrived at the interview location, which was a warehouse.

Cohen's Dr. Billy Wayne Ruddick, demanding an apology from the former Republican vice presidential candidate after she claimed she was conned into taking part in a "sick" skit for the comedian's Showtime series Who Is America?

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Sarah Palin was one of Cohen's victims, as she herself revealed earlier this week. "Ruddick" says he never stole valor by saying he served in the military when he didn't, and that when he said he was "in the service" he meant the United Parcel Service. "(Coincidentally, just like our Great President, I was sadly prevented from joining the regular army on account of bone spurs bein discovered in my testies)".

"I have always admired you for TELLING THE TRUTH about Obama's birth certificate and the location of Russian Federation", he wrote.

"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?" Conservative commentator Sarah Palin came out shortly after to say that she too had been fooled, having flown across the country to meet with a person she thought was a disabled veteran in a wheelchair. "I did not know Sacha Cohen or that a Showtime TV series was being planned to embarrass, humiliate, and mock not only Israel, but also religious conservatives", Moore said in a statement.