Borat 2 deleted scene shows Borat's daughter getting into the White House

Borat 2 deleted scene shows Borat's daughter getting into the White House

Back then, Trump told The New York Times, "I thought he was seriously retarded".

In another news story that could only belong to 2020, the President of the US Donald Trump has called Borat "a creep".

"Borat" star Sacha Baron Cohen responded to President Trump's criticism of the film's sequel with a barb that implies he'll lose the upcoming election.

"Years in the past, you recognize, he tried to rip-off me", Trump instructed reporters, noting how Baron Cohen as soon as disguised himself as a BBC information anchor in an try to prank him. "I was the only one that said, 'No way".

Shortly after the president declared he was above Baron Cohen's shenanigans, video resurfaced of the comic disguised as another one of his alter egos, Ali G, talking business with an unwitting Trump for a 2003 episode of HBO's Da Ali G Show.

Bakalova added an aside to Baron Cohen, saying "I want to thank you that I was sure you were gonna save me from everything", adding that she "always felt safe with our team, with our crew, with Sacha in my corner, I actually never felt that I've been in danger".

One of the final scenes of the movie finds Borat and his daughter, played by newcomer Maria Bakalova, in a compromising situation with Trump's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani. "At no time before, during, or after the interview was I ever inappropriate", he tweeted.

Borat Subsequent Moviefilm is available to watch now on Amazon Prime Video.

She is shadowing a real White House correspondent, Chanel Rion, of One America News. "This guy is a phony guy". I'm all the time searching for folks to play racist buffoons, and also you'll want a job after January 20.

"Donald, I appreciate the free publicity for Borat!" he wrote.

Trump's tirade against Cohen wasn't left unanswered, as the latter nearly immediately clapped back on social media.

Cohen took to Twitter on Saturday, October 24th, to respond to his chum's comments. Sacha Baron Cohen's mockumentary film is now in the headlines after Trump's lawyer came under a scrutiny.

Giuliani proclaimed innocence on his WABC talk show Wednesday afternoon, calling the incident a "hit job" and Baron Cohen an "idiot".

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