Joe Arpaio tricked into saying he'd accept oral sex from Trump


Trump pardoned Arpaio a year ago after a conviction on contempt of court charges based on allegations that he had ordered his deputies to racially profile Hispanics in Arizona.

However, on an episode of Who is America?

Cohen's YouTuber revealed his first figure to be D'lish Donut and told Arpaio that the character was "anti-guns".

"I think all the guns should be given back", Cohen said in a Shopkins voice.

Arpaio is the latest in a string of prominent Republicans to be deceived by Baron Cohen as part of "Who Is America?".

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But unlike the City of Kingman, which referred to Cohen's show as "very lowly rated" after its appearance on the show, Arpaio's team appears to have laughed off the segment.

"Delicious doughnut, you have to understand that you have to follow the constitution and the law and allow people to have guns", he's seen telling the doughnut. "It's a risk I'm really glad that we took", Nevins told the Television Critics Association while promoting the upcoming lineup for Showtime, a unit of CBS Corp. The fake YouTuber somehow persuaded Arpaio to participate in an "unboxing" video, ostensibly to reveal the characters in a package of Shopkins - the wildly popular and tiny collectible toy figures - while he interviewed him about his career and friendship with President Donald Trump.

"The bad guys are going to get their guns". Cohen continued to press Arpaio, trying to get him to fall for another verbal trap, and succeeding in getting Arpaio to agree that if Trump called him and said, paraphrasing for crude language, Sheriff Joe, I want to offer you awesome oral sex, Arpaio replied, "I may have to say yes". And it's gonna kill you.

Arpaio is best known for illegally detaining Latinos and keeping inmates in brutal jail conditions during his 24-year tenure as Sheriff in Maricopa County, Arizona. "I'm hoping somebody else in there has a gun that will shoot that person before he kills you".

"I started to get a little angry, a little sad, but I went through it", he said.