Sacha Baron Cohen pranks Sarah Palin for new show

Sacha Baron Cohen pranks Sarah Palin for new show

'It just got worse and worse and worse as the minutes went on in this freaky, really embarrassing, humiliating interview, ' said Palin of her sit-down with Cohen last November.

Former GOP vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin said that she stormed off the set of "a freaky, really embarrassing, humiliating interview" when she realized she was being duped by comedian Sacha Baron Cohen.

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 just got worse and worse and worse as the minutes went on in this freaky, really embarrassing, humiliating interview". "Again if people do decide to tune in - they're going to hear about it anyway - if they tune in, well the ill-gotten gains from CBS and Showtime, those I say need to be donated to those who deserve the gains". I was in the service - not military, but United Parcel, and I only fought for my country once...

Conservative pundit and ex-congressman Joe Walsh has revealed on Twitter that he was also duped into an interview with Cohen for the show after being told that Steven Spielberg and Rupert Murdoch also took part.

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Palin explained to Roberts however that soon after she began speaking with Cohen, she became suspicious of a number of things, claiming she was presented with graphs and statistics that had typos and appeared to be nothing more than 'propaganda'. She claimed she had been approached to participate in a "legit opportunity" to honor "American vets". "(Coincidentaly [sic], just like our Great President, I was sadly prevented from joining the regular army on my account of bone spurs bein [sic] discovered in my testies)".

Showtime declined to provide a clip of Baron Cohen's interview with Palin to ABC News. "It mocked middle class Americans".

She said that she and one of her daughters, whom she did not name, were asked to travel across the country for the interview. It mocked the disabled and it just got worse and worse'.

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