Arpaio speaks to toy doughnut in new Baron Cohen’s show

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However, he was let off the hook when President Trump issued his first ever presidential pardon to Arpaio in August 2017.

Arpaio, through his campaign manager, declined an interview request Monday from The Associated Press about the segment. "We're not mad about it, it's comedy", Arpaio spokeswoman Jennifer Lawrence said in the statement.

"If Donald Trump calls you up after this and says, 'Sheriff Joe, I want to offer you an fantastic b-job, ' would you say yes?"

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In an interview three weeks ago, Arpaio said the segment was filmed in Los Angeles in October, three months before he announced that he was running for the U.S. Senate seat held by retiring Sen. Arpaio said that he went into the interview believing he would be talking with a Finnish comedian and that producers led him to believe the host was a Trump supporter. Another sees him asking if Donald Trump would give him "a golden shower", in reference to the alleged tape of the US President with two prostitutes in a Russian hotel room. A spokeswoman for his other opponent, Rep. Martha McSally, didn't return a phone call and email seeking comment.

"Delicious Donut, you have to understand that you have to follow the Constitution and the law and allow people to have guns", Arpaio told the figure.

"But I want the guns to be taken back because they are risky", the Shopkins responded.

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The incongruity of the childlike character and the toadlike old man seems like the whole joke at first, but then Arpaio finds some common ground with OMGWhizzBoyOMG when the YouTuber reveals he has 43 guns and is preparing for the "upcoming race war".

That's not a firm commitment to renew it - Sacha Baron Cohen probably has to go to the ends of the Earth to find the cutting-edge prosthetics he'll need to bamboozle high-powered cultural leaders at this point, and he'd likely want to let the dust settle from the upcoming midterm elections - but Nevins' gushing over Cohen's feat nearly certainly means the two parties are figuring out how to make another one happen.

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