I would love to'.
He goes on: "I don't need Sacha Cohen to tell me who America is", adding, "As an American, I would never hide my identity and deceive others only to mock and ridicule them as this Showtime series is created to do".
Arpaio said he was told the interview, which happened previous year, was a feature being sold to Showtime.
Sarah Palin probably isn't in on this, but she sure is giving Who Is America? a lot of free publicity.
That same source said that Palin then flew down to Washington DC in November with her youngest daughter Piper, 16, to tape the interview.
"Vice-President Palin", the letter began.
Moore, who has been accused of sexual misconduct by 12 women, including multiple accusations of sexually assaulting minors, felt the need to come out in front of the release of Who Is America? with his own statement about how much he loves the U.S., God, and Israel.
"I did NOT say I was a War Vet". He said he documented the experience in a personal memo shortly after the interview.
Now Cohen has answered her - sort of.
"You read a line like that and, you know, man this guy, he just doesn't quit", Palin said, referencing Cohen's characters line about "bone spurs".
'In my book it's not amusing'.
In a post, she claimed: "Laughter is the best medicine. Mocking vets, belittling the disabled, stereotyping sufferers of mental illness, spewing disdain for America's heartland and our collective work ethic and patriotism... all rewarded in the City of Angels that fell so far".
'This comedian too, he mocks gays, he mocks Jews, he does these other episodes where the intent is to humiliate.
When asked whether her public reaction to the interview was giving the show free promotion, Palin said, "CBS and Showtime, they're going to be pimping this thing hard, so people are going to be hearing about it anyway".