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Veteran broadcaster Ted Koppel, former U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore and former Arizona sheriff Joe Arpaio also agreed to interviews with a disguised Cohen, according to reports. She said the producers reached out to her through a speakers' bureau.

Palin says she sat through what she called a long interview full of "Hollywoodism's disrespect and sarcasm" before she walked out.

"All of it was obnoxious, but I think the last straw was when the interviewer asked about what he claimed was a government-funded sex-change operation for Chelsea Clinton". Given Palin's reaction and this huge show of dedication to the character, we frankly can't wait to check out Who Is America?

"When I disagreed, he showed me a photograph on his laptop of a huge inaugural crowd and a man holding a digital clock on a pole", he said. In the past few days, several politicians have come forward to say they were pranked by Cohen for his show into thinking their meetings were real interviews.

In an interview with Breitbart News, Arpaio said he too was duped by Cohen, who posed as a famous Finnish comedian for their interview. "I am not the type of guy who gets up and walks out".

After the video of Dick Cheney signing a "waterboarding kit" and the news that Palin had also been tricked into filming for the show, a teaser trailer confirms the show is premiering on Stan. this weekend.

Cheney, who as vice president was a hawkish defender of harsh interrogation techniques, goes along with the request, autographing a gallon-sized plastic jug.

Since leaving, she said nobody involved with the interview has returned her calls and she believes she was given fake names.

"I did NOT say I was a War Vet", the letter reads.

That same year, Baron Cohen dumped ashes on Ryan Seacrest on the red carpet at the Oscars while promoting his film "The Dictator".

Showtime declined to provide a clip of Baron Cohen's interview with Palin to ABC News.

Cohen just released a letter addressed to "Vice-President Palin".so, right off the bat y'know it's gonna be amusing.

"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", Palin said. "Nobody can believe a word he's saying now as to his rebuttal".

As Sunday's premiere of Sacha Baron Cohen's new series approaches, the list of people who have admitted to being duped by the comic actor keeps growing.

In a post, she claimed: "Laughter is the best medicine".

"This comedian, he mocks gays, he mocks Jews, he does these other episodes where the intent is to humiliate", Palin told ABC "Good Morning America' co-host Robin Roberts".