Comedian Sacha Baron Cohen tried to get former Vermont Gov. Howard Dean (D) to comment on Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonOvernight Defense: Trump declares border emergency | .6B in military construction funds to be used for wall | Trump believes Obama would have started war with North Korea | Pentagon delivers aid for Venezuelan migrants Sarah Sanders says she was interviewed by Mueller's office Trump: I believe Obama would have gone to war with North Korea MORE’s gender.

On the latest episode of Cohen’s undercover project, “Who is America?” the comedian disguised himself as his character Dr. Billy Wayne Ruddick and asked the Vermont Democrat questions about a conspiracy theory about Clinton’s gender. 

“Do you believe Hillary Clinton is actually a woman?” Cohen asked Dean.


“I know, there’s lots of ideas floating around, and you know, I know her,” Dean said in response. 

The comedian then pointed to a doctored image of Clinton that was made to look like a bulge appears on her pants, and proceeded to ask him to explain it.

“I explain that as maybe the trouser presser did a lousy job, who knows,” Dean told him.

“You think the trouser press created a perfect penis?” Cohen said in character.

“I can’t go here,” Dean responded, appearing to become frustrated. “We’re not going to find out because we’re not going to examine her.” 

“So you’re telling me that is 'fake news,' ” Cohen said. “Governor have you seen her lady parts?”

“I have not,” Dean said.


“Isn’t that convenient,” Cohen said at the end of the segment. 

The comedian also interviewed former Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein during Sunday night’s program, disguised as the same character.

The two discussed climate change, which the comedian referred to as “climax change” and said that “temperature is cyclical,” to which Stein went on to say that general trends have shown that temperatures have been increasing year by year. 

“I don’t know if I agree with that,” the comedian said while pointing toward a graph on his computer. “Temperature goes up and down. Look at January, it’s lower, then it goes up a little bit in April. In July it’s really hot, you know, the liberals will be freaking out, saying we gotta buy a Tesla from Lena Dunham. No, hey, relax. In November and December it’s down again. It’s clearly a pattern.”

“You’re demonstrating that the seasons change,” Stein said in response. “That’s over one year.”

Dean and Stein are just two of several politicians who have been duped by the comedian for his new Showtime series. Others include former Vice President Dick Cheney, former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin and numerous Republican lawmakers.