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"Who is America?" features Sasha Baron Cohen's first four new characters to hit the screen in 15 years. Baron Cohen creates four new alter egos -- Billy Wayne Ruddick, Dr. Nira Cain-N'Degeocello, Rick Sherman, Col. Erran Morad -- to explore the diverse individuals who make up this unique country. These new personalities could include a far right pseudo-journalist who runs a conspiracy-theory website, an NPR shirt-wearing caricature that portrays liberal extremism, a British ex-convict, and an Israeli anti-terror expert.

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Sacha confronts former U.S. Congressman Barney Frank and O.J. Simpson; anti-terror expert Erran Morad looks for an accomplice to infiltrate the Women's March in San Francisco.
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Sacha confronts former U.S. presidential candidates Jill Stein and Howard Dean, former Gov. of Vermont, on fake news; anti-terror expert Sgt. Cpl. Erran Morad teaches Americans how to protect themselves from home invasions.
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Sacha channels America's diverse population, poking fun at Corey Lewandowski, David Clarke, Jake Inphamous, Mahbod Moghadam, and Daniel Roberts.
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Sacha deals with workplace security, pornography, yachts, and Joe Arpaio.
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Sacha speaks with former Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore and politician Chip Limehouse, rappers Ness Lee and Bone Crusher and white conservatives.
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Sacha channels America's diverse population, poking fun at a Georgia state representative who used racial slurs, Dick Cheney, and Ted Koppel.
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Sacha channels America's diverse population, presenting himself as an Israeli anti-terrorism expert and teasing republican politicians and Bernie Sanders.
aired 313 days ago
Comedian Sacha Baron Cohen explores the diverse individuals, from the infamous to the unknown across the political and cultural spectrum, who populate this unique nation.

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