Published: Fri, July 06, 2018
Culture | By Jeremy Gray

Sacha Baron Cohen plotting a Trump University movie

Sacha Baron Cohen plotting a Trump University movie

Sacha Baron Cohen may be reviving his long-standing feud with Donald Trump. "Learn about being amusing".

People on Twitter are READY for the (very real) possibility of Cohen testifying against Trump.

The video then says that Cohen is back "like you've never seen him before".

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. You don't know s***'. The clip fades to a logo of Trump University as the text "Sacha Graduates Soon" appears on screen.

Baron Cohen first upset Trump in 2003, when he interviewed The Apprentice frontman in character as Ali G, pitching him an idea about a glove to eat ice-cream.

It's now the only tweet on Cohen's profile - he's been Twitter since November 2015, has the prestigious blue tick and has accrued some 7,300 or so followers.

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If he did go through Trump University, that would have been filmed a while ago, though, because the "university" closed in 2010 after getting hit with a handful of lawsuits.

An archive video of Trump attacking Cohen then plays, with the president branding the Englishman a "third-rate character".

Rudy Giuliani, Trump's outside counsel, told Business Insider that he made "nothing" of Cohen's latest move to hire Davis, as well as his past couple weeks of maneuvering. "I am the only person who immediately walked out of my "Ali G" interview".

ABC News on July 2 published excerpts from an interview with Cohen in which he rejected Trump's description of special counsel Robert Mueller's probe as a "witch hunt".

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.

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