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

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Yesterday on Twitter, Sacha Baron Cohen posted a video teasing that his next project could be related to President Donald Trump.

Sacha Baron Cohen may be reviving his long-standing feud with Donald Trump.

"He's got a lawyer, a new lawyer, don't forget with close ties to the Southern District of NY, the USA attorney's office investigating him for bank fraud, tax fraud, and wire fraud, and as you said, today was the deadline for the Trump Organization to go through these thousands and thousands of documents from Cohen's office and home to see which ones of these were privileged".

Already anticipating the project, actress and model Pamela Anderson, who appeared in Cohen's 2006 film "Borat", replied to the video saying, "I can't wait for this. all in good fun on Sacha's part".

Cohen once interviewed Mr. Trump in character on "Da Ali G" show in 2003. As the footage below makes quite clear, that's patently false.

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But in 2016, Cohen told James Corden that Trump actually stayed "for about seven minutes".

Baron Cohen is now shooting the Netflix series The Spy, where he plays real-life agent Eli Cohen, a spy for Israel in Syria in the early 1960s. Here is what President Trump said about Sacha Baron Cohen in his video that was used in Cohen's announcement. "It was disgraceful. He ought to be fired".

Who knows what it all means but, for the record, Baron Cohen did go to school to learn about being amusing. "You don't know shit", Trump continues.

The teaser then says, "Sacha graduates soon", with a logo of Trump University on the screen. "I am the only person who immediately walked out of my "Ali G" interview". Later, the president boasted, "I never fall for scams". It is now unclear of how Sacha Baron Cohen got a hold of this unseen message from Donald Trump, which was likely filmed before he became President.

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