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

Sacha Baron Cohen's Feud with Sarah Palin Continues

Sarah Palin is not happy about being 'duped' into appearing on Sacha Baron Cohen's new TV series

The comedian drew ire from the former Alaska governor by posing as a military veteran to draw Palin into an ambush interview for his new show, "Who is America?". "I was in the service - not military, but United Parcel, and I only fought for my country once".

"Vice-President Palin", the letter began.

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Sasha Baron Cohen is set to appar in a Showtime miniseries called "Who is America?" where the actor goes 'undercover to nail Republicans, ' according to a source.

Before accusing her of hunting "a fine citizen journalist" and signing the communique to Palin with his character's name, Baron Cohen topped it off with: "I DEMAND AN APOLOGY". "And mocking the disabled and mocking and belittling our vets with this portrayal, in my book it's not amusing".

However, the former "Nightline" anchor said things took a turn when the interviewer, played by Cohen, started to ask him about President Donald Trump's inauguration.

Palin accused Cohen of disguising himself as a disabled USA veteran and convincing her to travel across the country to speak with him.

Sarah Palin appeared on "Good Morning America" Friday to unintentionally give Sacha Baron Cohen's new Showtime series "Who Is America?" its longest commercial yet. He says he didn't know Baron Cohen would mock Israel and scheme to humiliate him and other conservatives such as Sarah Palin and Dick Cheney.

Ruddick and Truthbrary.org may be partially inspired by right-wing news site the Drudge Report founder Matt Drudge, since in one of the brief character shots in the teaser Baron Cohen is wearing a straw hat of the kind favored by Drudge.

She responded by saying that Cohen was a 'proven liar, ' and then hit out at the letter her posted on Thursday which said that Ruddick could not serve in the armed forces because he had 'bone spurs in his testes'. "It mocked middle class Americans, it mocked our values, it mocked the disabled". It's to parody something that is important to an individual or an entity or a group of people.

"Another list of unfunny lies, this time typewritten for all to see; a pathetic attempt to punk not just my daughter and me again, but now the public", Palin wrote on Facebook Thursday.

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