Sacha Baron Cohen's victims are sure doing a good job promoting Who Is America?
"So far, the comedian has been promoting Who Is America? with videos parodying Trump University and asking Dick Cheney to sign a 'waterboard kit,'" says Marissa Martinelli. "He needn’t have bothered, though, because the best advertisements for the show so far are very public complaints by conservatives like Sarah Palin, Roy Moore, and Joe Walsh, all of whom admit to having being duped by his latest characters."
- Former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio is "pissed" at Cohen, who duped him as a Trump-loving Finnish comedian
- Conservative radio host Austin Rhodes: I was duped last summer when Cohen's people pitched me on a CBS show called Bridging the Divide
- Cohen has created his own Infowars-style conspiracy website for his show
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- Lawyer suing Showtime over Sacha Baron Cohen's Who Is America? files a $750 million lawsuit over its Roger Ailes miniseries
- Sacha Baron Cohen recalls his Secret Service fears in getting close to pulling a Who Is America? prank on Ben Carson
- Sacha Baron Cohen says he's done with Who Is America?: "I'm too lazy to do this"