He continued, "Sacha Baron Cohen, go to school, learn about being funny" as the words "Sacha Graduates Soon" appear onscreen. It aired on Channel 4 in the United Kingdom before being picked up by HBO in the U.S. The irreverent comedy show introduced several characters that were spun off into their own movies, Ali G, Borat and Brüno.
Obviously, this video doesn't officially announce that a new Trump-focused Sacha Baron Cohen project is headed our way. 'He ought to be fired immediately'. When Stephanopoulos pressed Cohen about his past vow to "take a bullet" for Trump, Cohen doubled down, saying: "To be crystal clear, my wife, my daughter, and my son and this country have my first loyalty".
The ABC News interview, however, showed a decidedly different Cohen, who talked about his desire to put his family and country ahead of the President. "Learn about being amusing", Trump continues.
Cohen has not yet commented further on the video.
Trump and Cohen have continued to take aim at one another since 2003 after Trump appeared on Cohen's television show.
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When Ali met Trump, he tried to get him to invest in "ice cream gloves", but after a short period, the real estate mogul turned President got wise to the ruse and ended the interview.
The video then says that Cohen is back "like you've never seen him before".
However, during an interview on The Late Late Show with James Corden in 2016, Cohen alleged that Trump listened to Ali's full pitch. While it's possible that his tweet was merely a joke, it was set up like a teaser trailer, which leads viewers to believe that this will indeed be his next project.
Cohen and Trump have a history of mocking each other that dates back to the early 2000s.
Trump once boasted: 'I never fall for scams.
In his last film, The Brothers Grimsby, Baron Cohen gave the President HIV, leading to a disclaimer in the closing credits that Trump "is not HIV positive" in actuality.