In the final episode of his undercover Showtime series “Who is America?” comedian Sacha Baron Cohen convinces a Trump supporter to attend a Women’s March for the purpose of confronting left-wing activists.

Cohen, in character as Israeli terrorism expert Col. Erran Morad, teaches three Trump supporters how to “act like liberals” so they can take down anti-fascist group Antifa.

“They want to take down everything that our current president is doing right,” one of the men says of Antifa. “We will become a ‘shithole country’ [if they are successful].”

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During the lesson, Cohen quizzes the men on the proper cooking time of quinoa, their favorite episodes of the HBO show “Girls,” and teaches them phrases that will help them “be a radical lesbian.”

He also gives them instructions on how to prove they are not supporters of the president, by having them confront a dummy of President TrumpDonald John TrumpSunday shows preview: Trump sells U.N. reorganizing and Kavanaugh allegations dominate Ex-Trump staffer out at CNN amid “false and defamatory accusations” Democrats opposed to Pelosi lack challenger to topple her MORE.

“I hate that son of a bitch, he golfs every day, doesn’t get his shit done … He’s prejudiced,” one of the men says while attacking the dummy.

Cohen also convinces the men to use sex toys to mimic having sex with the president.

Cohen then brings one of the men to the Women’s March in San Francisco, which he describes as “the most dangerous terrorist gathering in the world,” and tells the man that a “radical lesbian cell” from New York is using the march to distribute diapers that will turn babies transgender.

Later clips show the Trump supporter dressed “as a lesbian” wearing a pink “pussy hat” while the pair speaks with other attendees of the Women’s March.

Cohen tells the man to place tracking devices on some of the people at the march, which he later tells the man are “explosive devices,” and convinces him to detonate the bomb.

“If we come across the corpse, just walk past him,” Cohen says.