Sacha Baron Cohen Is Upping His Feud With President Trump

Sacha Baron Cohen Video Teases Trump Centric Project

Sacha Baron Cohen is coming for Donald Trump and we can't wait

Trump then says, "Sacha Baron Cohen, go to school! Learn about being amusing".

President Donald Trump's longtime lawyer Michael Cohen just hired Lanny Davis, who served as former President Bill Clinton's special counsel as he was under investigation, as the latest addition to his revamped legal team.

The video is the only tweet on Cohen's social media account and has resulted in a ton of speculation over the Borat star's next project and how Trump University will play a role.

Ali G creator Sacha Baron Cohen has hinted that he is about to take on Donald Trump 15 years after the duo clashed in 2003. Trump took to both Twitter and YouTube to lambast Baron Cohen's antics, calling Baron Cohen's stunt "a disgrace".

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Whether Trump University's logo is shown simply for comedic effect for this video or is, in fact, the subject of the project is unclear.

But Trump walked out of the interview after apparently realizing it was a joke.

"Like most of America, I have been following the matter regarding Michael Cohen with great interest", Davis, a Democrat, said in a statement tweeted out by Times reporter Maggie Haberman. What follows is a doctored video featuring Trump declaring that Baron Cohen was a "third-rate character" as the comedian's face glides across the screen. "I am the only person who immediately walked out of my "Ali G" interview". While Cohen hasn't explicitly said anything about his willingness to cooperate, Trump has shown some distance from Cohen, specifying last month that Cohen was no longer his personal attorney. Petrillo, a partner at Petrillo Klein & Boxer, has extensive experience in the Southern District of NY, which is something Cohen reportedly sought.

Trump once boasted: 'I never fall for scams.

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