Sacha Baron Cohen Fires Back at Sarah Palin and President Trump

Sacha Baron Cohen Fires Back at Sarah Palin and President Trump

"The disrespect of our USA military and middle-class Americans via Cohen's foreign commentaries under the guise of interview questions was perverse". "As for Mr. Cohen, whose art is trickery, deception, and dishonesty, Alabama does not respect cowards who exhibit such traits!" After she came forward publicly, Roy Moore has also said he was tricked by Cohen among reportedly several other politicians. An email seeking comment from Baron Cohen has not been returned. "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.

"When I disagreed, he showed me a photograph on his laptop of a huge inaugural crowd and a man holding a digital clock on a pole", he said.

Meanwhile, Moore threatened a lawsuit against Showtime, if the network "airs a defamatory attack on [his] character, Variety reported. 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.

Former Arizona sheriff Joe Arpaio says Cohen posed as a Finnish comedian to dupe him.

Firing back: Sarah Palin (above on GMA Friday) said Sacha Baron Cohen mocked disabled veterans and middle-class Americans when he interviewed her in November for 'Who Is America?' "But ma'am, I do believe you have been hit by a bulls**t grenade are are now bleedin' FAKE NEWS".

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Palin, reiterating and expanding on a Facebook post she wrote earlier this week explaining her appearance on Cohen's show, discussed why she ultimately "literally, physically removed" her mic and walked out of the interview.

'I think it is important to know if people tune in to the show then they're going to see how middle class Americans are mocked and our values are mocked, ' said Palin.

Showtime defended Cohen's antics in a statement to the Hollywood Reporter.

Showtime, however, has been relying on viral marketing for the show. "Behind the elaborate setup is a genuine quest for the truth about people, places and politics".

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