Sacha talks about 'voting' in the midterm election, pranking politicians like former Vice President Dick Cheney, Rep. Dana Rohrabacher and former Rep. Jason Spencer, upsetting conservatives in Arizona with his plans to build a mega mosque, and needing a bullet proof clipboard - all for his very funny show 'Who is America?'
For more of Sacha’s pranks, check out “Who is America?” here…
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