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Sacha Baron Cohen Responds To Trump Criticism on 'Borat 2'

"Donald — I appreciate the free publicity for Borat! I admit, I don’t find you funny either," wrote Cohen on Twitter. "But yet the whole world laughs at you. I’m always looking for people to play racist buffoons, and you’ll need a job after Jan. 20. Let’s talk!"

2020-10-24T22:04:00Z
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If you thought Borat Subsequent Moviefilm - the sequel to Borat (2006) was only meant to be ridiculously funny and not rattle some feathers, you are mistaken. As expected, the Sacha Baron Cohen starrer political satire comedy dropped on Amazon Prime a couple of days ago and reviews have come in since.

Needless to say, American President Donald Trump was asked about it and he obviously responded. This had Cohen also reply.

"Donald — I appreciate the free publicity for Borat! I admit, I don’t find you funny either," wrote Cohen on Twitter. "But yet the whole world laughs at you. I’m always looking for people to play racist buffoons, and you’ll need a job after Jan. 20. Let’s talk!"

This came after Trump was asked by reporters on Friday night whether he had seen Rudy Giuliani's appearance in Borat Subsequent Moviefilm, in a scene where he is shown in a compromising position with actor Maria Bakalova's character Tutar, and if he was worried about security breaches.

White House bureau chief Steve Herman reported the president's response on Twitter, writing that Trump answered, "I don’t know what happened. But years ago, you know, he tried to scam me. And I was the only one who said no way. That’s a phony guy." He continued, "And I don’t find him funny. I don’t know anything about him other than he tried to scam me. He came in as a BBC – British broadcasting anchor." The President then said, "To me, he was a creep. Thank you all."-

"Donald — I appreciate the free publicity for Borat! I admit, I don’t find you funny either," wrote Cohen on Twitter. "But yet the whole world laughs at you. I’m always looking for people to play racist buffoons, and you’ll need a job after Jan. 20. Let’s talk!"

This came after Trump was asked by reporters on Friday night whether he had seen Rudy Giuliani's appearance in Borat Subsequent Moviefilm, in a scene where he is shown in a compromising position with actor Maria Bakalova's character Tutar, and if he was worried about security breaches.

White House bureau chief Steve Herman reported the president's response on Twitter, writing that Trump answered, "I don’t know what happened. But years ago, you know, he tried to scam me. And I was the only one who said no way. That’s a phony guy." He continued, "And I don’t find him funny. I don’t know anything about him other than he tried to scam me. He came in as a BBC – British broadcasting anchor." The President then said, "To me, he was a creep. Thank you all."This is not the first time that an interaction has occurred between Cohen and Trump. In 2018, Cohen trolled Trump after he referred to the actor as a "third-grade character" who "needs to learn about funny."

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