Comedian Sacha Cohen responded sarcastically to a challenge from Sarah Palin to donate the proceeds to a veterans charity from an interview she was duped into.
Palin said she is speaking out about her experience now because she feels it is "important" to "let people know what's coming". Showtime describes it as a "seven-episode series [that] explores the diverse individuals, from the infamous to the unknown across the political and cultural spectrum, who populate our unique nation". Stay tuned for more on that situation as it develops.
The "Borat" and "Da Ali G Show" star's new program "Who is America?" airs July 15 on Showtime. She said the producers reached out to her through a speakers' bureau. "He thinks this kind of stuff is amusing, and mocking the disabled and mocking and belittling our vets with his portrayal, in my book, it's not amusing".
The comedian filmed the latest stunt for his forthcoming Showtime series, "Who Is America?" - which is expected to feature a spectrum of new, high-profile gags.
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As expected, many, including Walsh, Moore and Palin, are not happy after finding out that they had been tricked by Cohen.
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. She said she was especially incensed that he had posed as a disabled military vet.
Palin said Baron Cohen was portraying himself as an injured military veteran.
She did not make mention of her previous claim that Showtime left her stranded at the airport in the wake of the interview, but did say that she has heard nothing from the network since that day.
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'He just, you know, he thinks this kind of stuff is amusing and mocking the disabled and mocking and belittling our vets with his portrayal, ' said an exasperated Palin.
Showtime had no comment, per usual.
Palin's response: "Well this actor this comedian, whoever he is, he's a proven liar, so no one can believe a word he's saying now as to his rebuttal". "As an American, I would never hide my identity and deceive others only to mock and ridicule them as this Showtime series is created to do".
"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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