Comedian Michelle Wolf compared the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency to Islamic State terrorists on Friday during her weekly Netflix show.

Wolf, who hosts "The Break with Michelle Wolf" on the streaming platform, portrayed Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen in the video.

It parodies an ICE recruitment video with "officers" making statements such as "ICE is ... rooting out the foreign enemy" and "ICE is ... attacking when they least expect."

Wolf later appears in the video and states that "there's no better representation of American values right now than ICE is."

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Wolf created controversy after taking jabs President Trump and mocking White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders at the White House Correspondents' Dinner in April.

Her Netflix show's Twitter account tweeted the video on Friday with the caption that ICE is "really desperate for recruits."

Sanders' father, former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, said Saturday on "Fox & Friends" that Wolf's type of comedy isn't satire.

"It's angry, bitter hate," he said.

He said that disparaging law enforcement officers is unjust.

"If you're mad at the way laws are, get mad at Congress. Tell them to change the laws, but don't get mad at the people who enforce the laws. They're doing their job. "

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