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Sacha Baron Cohen trolls US sheriff to admit he’d take a blowjob from Trump

Sacha Baron Cohen continued his crusade to torch unsuspecting politicians and public figures in the US with his latest episode of Who Is America? taking down Joe Arpaio.

Arpaio, the self-styled ‘America’s toughest sheriff’ who left law-enforcement in 2017 after losing re-election as Sheriff of Maricopa County, Arizona, is now running for the state’s US Senate seat.

But his job was made all the more difficult after his interview with Cohen.

Appearing as a Finnish YouTube celebrity OMGWhizzBoyOMG – replete with whacky orange hair – Cohen got Arpaio to say he’d accept oral sex from Donald Trump, while also referencing the president’s reported Russian sex scandal.

After Arpaio said The Donald was a “great man”, he went on to say, “He has a lot of money, but he doesn’t act that he’s rich.”

In response, Cohen asked if perhaps Trump has had a “golden shower.”

Arpaio’s response? “Wouldn’t surprise me.”

It didn’t get much better for the unsuspecting octogenarian, with Cohen asking, “If Donald Trump calls you up after this and says, ‘Sheriff Joe, I want to offer you an amazing blow job’, would you say yes?”

The sheriff gave the response, “I may have to say yes.”

Cohen made serious waves with his show’s first episode, in which a number of US politicians agreed to appear in an ad for a campaign to arm children as young as four.

Former vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin was also duped by Cohen, although we’re yet to see how that goes down. What we do know is that in the interview, Cohen appears as Billy Wayne Ruddick Jr, the apparent right-wing advocate who has a fantastic Twitter account (with the mandatory spelling mistakes) in which he urges people “DO NOT WATCH WHO IS AMERICA?“.

As for Arpaio, he gave an interview with Breitbart last month in which he said he was “very uncomfortable” with the “highly inappropriate” interview.

“I felt uncomfortable with some of the words they were using but I had to live through it. I am not the type of guy who gets up and walks out,” he said.

“I never walked out in thousands of interviews. I just take it.”

“I was kind of shocked,” Arpaio continued. “But I figured this is Finland and this is a famous comedian.”

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