Former Vermont Governor Howard Dean is shocked by Sacha Baron Cohen’s conspiracy theory about Hillary Clinton, though he’s clear he has never seen her “lady parts.”
The 2004 Democratic presidential candidate was the latest victim of Cohen’s satirical show “Who is America?” which aired Sunday.
Disguised as conspiracy theorist Dr. Billy Wayne Ruddick, Cohen asked Dean: “Do you believe Hilary is actually a woman?”
“Because there is…” Cohen prompted after Dean did not immediately reply.
“I know. There’s lots of ideas floating around. And, you know, I know her,” Dean said.
“How do you explain that?” Cohen’s character asked, showing an edited image of Clinton with a bulge in her pants.
“I explain that as maybe the trouser presser did a lousy job, who knows,” Dean said.
“You think the trouser press created a perfect penis?” Cohen asked.
“Oh, who knows?” Dean responded. “I can’t go here… I can’t do it. And we’re not going to find out, because we’re not going to examine her.”
Cohen pressed on, showing a fake image of Clinton using a men’s urinal.
“I can make up a picture of Donald Trump in drag,” Dean rebutted.
“So you’re telling me that is fake news?” Cohen asked. “Governor have you seen her lady parts?”
“I have not,” Dean replied.
“Isn’t that convenient,” Cohen shot back.
Jill Stein and former Arizona Governor Jan Brewer were also part of Sunday’s episode of Cohen’s series which has targeted Republicans in previous episodes. Cohen was slammed by former governor of Alaska, Sarah Palin, who said she was “duped” into believing he was a disabled U.S. veteran. Former Trump campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski, managed to stay clear of implicating himself in a race-baiting episode while Georgia state lawmaker Jason Spencer resigned after screaming the N-word and exposing himself.
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