Sacha Baron Cohen Trolls Donald Trump, Seemingly Teases New Project

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Michael Cohen has deleted a line in his Twitter bio saying he is the "personal attorney to President Donald J Trump". "It was disgraceful. He oughta be fired immediately".

Sacha Baron Cohen may be reviving his long-standing feud with Donald Trump. This would explain why President Trump made his comments against Cohen, as he will regularly talk poorly about celebrities that don't approve of his decisions. Sacha Baron Cohen, go to school.

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 s***'.

The caustic snippets in the video refer back to an incident in 2012, when Cohen crashed the Oscars as part of the promotion for his movie The Dictator, and dumped "ashes" onto E!'s Ryan Seacrest on the red carpet.

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.

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No other details have been released, so it's not yet known if Baron Cohen has something in the works or if he's just trolling the president.

His remarks fanned speculation about whether Cohen possesses incriminating material on President Trump and whether he will "flip" on his former boss, with remarks sharply at odds with a past declaration that he would "take a bullet for the president". The clip then ends with the Trump University logo. He tried to pitch him an idea about a gloves for eating ice cream.

"Is that a long time for an Ali G interview?"

Trump walked out when he realized it was a prank.

Trump was also a target of Baron Cohen's 2016 movie The Brothers Grimsby, in which he becomes infected with HIV from Daniel Radcliffe's infected blood. In fact, Cohen later explained, Trump actually didn't catch on to the joke for seven whole minutes.

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