Playing a Finnish "unboxing" celebrity named OMGWhizzBoyOMG with a shock of bright orange hair, Sacha Baron Cohen sat down with the former sheriff and first asked him to explain "what communists are doing to stop people having guns". Arpaio looked at his host in disbelief: "You have over 43 guns???"
"Bad guys are going to get their guns, it's going to kill you", Arpaio, who's a Republican candidate for Senate, responded to the toy. "I'm hoping that somebody else in there has a gun, and will shoot that person before he shoots you". The network called her rant "widespread misinformation", adding that Baron Cohen "did not present himself as a disabled veteran, and viewers nationwide who watched the premiere on Sunday can now attest to that". Arpaio clearly heard Cohen say that, but continued with the interview anyway, where things took a turn toward the kinky when Cohen began asking Arpaio questions about Donald Trump and their relationship with each other. The Trump discussion involved some off-color sexual euphemisms, which Cohen used during a discussion about "jobs".
Apple, Facebook and Spotify delete Alex Jones’ content for "glorifying violence"
Last week, YouTube also took action against Jones, banning InfoWars from its live-streaming platform for three months. In July, YouTube removed four videos from Mr Jones' channel, which has more than 2.4 million followers.
Showtime may not end up airing the much-anticipated Sarah Palin episode of Sacha Baron Cohen's controversial series Who Is America?, network executives hinted Monday.
The professional spoof artist, posed as a Finnish journalist, asked Arpaio: "'If Donald Trump calls you up after this and says: "Sheriff Joe, I want to offer you an awesome b***job", would you say yes?"'
Breitbart News reported in July the episode was filmed last fall and that Arpaio said he thought he'd been very careful in his answers.
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The bank has been supplying milk for babies in the city, both in the private and government hospitals, for ten months now. Sustained breastfeeding support, education, and consistent, accurate information will help to meet these goals.
Arpaio said the producers told him the show was focusing on the most famous people in the United States. He also told the site that he signed "some kind of contract" before filming the interview but "did not read all the info".
Showtime kept the first season a secret for almost a year as Cohen and crew worked on it, and then maintained another week of silence between announcing the series and surprise dropping it in July.
"I talk to all media, so what am I supposed to do?" "Investigate every media outlet to see what stories they write?"
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