Sacha Baron Cohen Teases New Trump Project

Cohen once interviewed Mr. Trump in character on "Da Ali G" show in 2003.

"The real story is a very small number of them, however this shakes out, are going to be deemed to have been privileged and the vast majority of them will go to federal prosecutors and that can not be good news for President Trump because Michael Cohen was involved in some of the most sensitive dealings that Donald Trump had over the last decade", he continued.

"One of the theories with that interview was that he was reaching out to Donald Trump nearly asking in public for a pardon, saying 'look, I'm about to flip, Mr. Trump, '" Dilanian began.

Cohen's face slowly moves across the president's as he rants at the camera. The joke was well-received by audiences but caused a headache for the film's studio Sony, which added a disclaimer that the then-presidential candidate did not actually have HIV. Cohen's clip ends by throwing shade at the infamous Trump University.

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"This third-grade character named Sacha Baron Cohen, I only wish that he would've been punched in the face so many times". It was disgraceful. He ought to be fired immediately.

The video features superimposed text that reads, regarding Cohen, "He's back as you've never seen him before". After Mr. Trump says Cohen should "go to school, learn about being amusing", the video promises "Sacha graduates soon" (Cohen is a graduate of the University of Cambridge). "Learn about being amusing", Trump continues. You don't know s***'. "Sacha graduates." It then shows a logo for Trump University, which was the subject of a $25 million class action lawsuit that Trump settled. Or will the project skew closer to a mockumentary about the failed "university" itself?

He asked Trump if he would be interested in investing in a business idea - gloves created to catch dripping ice cream. Trump also tweeted about the incident at the time.

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