I thought this one was much funnier than the first one. Maybe I've gotten really desensitized over the last 14 years, but I didn't find myself cringing at anything. There were definitely plenty of scenes that were clearly going for shock value, like the debutante ball where Tutar unwittingly flashed here undies soaked in faux menstrual blood. There wasn't even any bit where I felt he was in any kind of danger or doing something to incite scary hatred from the crowd, unlike in the first film.
It's hard to tell what parts, if any, was him or Tutar really putting one over on their targets and what was scripted. The Republican Women's convention thing did seem like Tutar genuinely making a bunch of conservative women uncomfortable but still wanting to be supportive. The "PMS" store he went to for faxing the premiere was clearly scripted. Anyways, I thought almost all of the bits landed, whether they were scripted or real.
And the Guliani thing at the end, I didn't think it was as shocking as the hype. The whole bedroom scene could've been faked as far as I know. Either his face was blurry or we saw his back. Meanwhile in the interview parts of the scene you'd see him clearly. So for me it more like some big joke at Guliani's expense, where he's clearly an unhinged individual but it isn't as scandalous at it was made out to be. But then I hear in news reports and see in articles that Guliani is saying his actions were taken out of context, which is essentially him admitting that was him with his hand down his crotch in a hotel bedroom with a 20-year old woman. I can only shake my head at this one.