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Sarah Palin accuses 'sick' Sacha Baron Cohen of duping her

SBS Wednesday, 11 July 2018
Sarah Palin accuses 'sick' Sacha Baron Cohen of duping herSarah Palin has slammed British comedian Sacha Baron Cohen for duping her into taking part in his new show.
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News video: Sarah Palin Says She Was Duped Into An Interview With Sacha Baron Cohen

▶ Sarah Palin Says She Was Duped Into An Interview With Sacha Baron Cohen 01:11

Sacha Baron Cohen as Dr. Billy Wayne Ruddick Jr. is demanding an apology from Sarah Palin who claimed she was duped into an interview for the comedian's new series, 'Who Is America?' Cohen as his new character took to Twitter on Thursday to fire back at Sarah Palin for her recent remarks on Facebook....

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