Corey Lewandowski claims Trump doesn't see race in latest 'Who is America?' mockery
Corey Lewandowski on Sacha Baron Cohen's "Who Is America?" (Photo: Screen capture)

On the one-year anniversary of the first Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, comedian Sacha Baron Cohen unleashed his interview with former Donald Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski.

"Why should the president pick a side between anti-fascists and fascists?" Cohen asks, dressed in his Billy Wayne Ruddick Jr. disguise. "He's the president of all people?"

Lewandowski gives a noncommital perspective of a "place and time to disagree with people everywhere," in his answer.

"You have to respect them [though], you can't be attacking them," Lewandowski says of the white supremacists and neo-Nazis.

In wake of Charlottesville, Trump said that there were "very fine people on both sides" of the protests.

"Honest, fascist people just want to express their right to start a genocide. That is their right!" exclaimed Cohen as Ruddick for Sunday's episode of "Who is America?"

Ruddick then asked why Trump would move into a "black man's house," referring to the White House, where President Barack Obama once lived.

Lewandowski explained it wasn't Obama's house it is the "people's house."

Ruddick brought out a conspiracy theory about PBS being owned by the Rastafarian lobby by adjusting the logo to look like the person in the logo is smoking marijuana.

With a flag pin securly in place, Lewandowski explained that Trump respects women and "the American people are so smart" not to believe the fake news media.

Cohen made a lot of absurd statements, but Lewandowski never got away from his talking points.

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