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Georgia lawmaker who came under fire after yelling 'n-word' on 'Who Is America?'

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Jason Spencer, a Georgia state lawmaker who dropped his trousers and repeatedly used the "n-word" on an episode of the Showtime series "Who Is America?" on Sunday night, has announced his resignation.

His resignation will take effect on July 31, according to a letter he submitted to Georgia House Speaker David Ralston.

Spencer, a Republican who represents the community of Woodbine in southeast Georgia, appeared in a segment in which the show's star, Sacha Baron Cohen, played a character named Col. Erran Morad.

Spencer was pranked into believing the comedian was an Israeli anti-terrorism expert who was able to convince the legislator that a series of racist acts would protect him against terrorists

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