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After news of the scene broke, Giuliani defended himself in a radio interview, telling WABC that he was only trying to take off his microphone.

After news of the scene first broke on Wednesday, the former NY mayor called in to radio station WABC to explain that he had merely been tucking in his shirt.

He said he was tucking his shirt in after taking off recording equipment following an interview, and said at no point was he ever inappropriate. Dressed in a Donald Trump costume and with Borat's daughter, played by Bakalova, slung over his shoulder, Baron Cohen is swiftly escorted out by security. I take off a mic each night time.

According to Giulian, taking off the microphone resulted in him having to put his shirt back on his trousers. Giuliani, whom USA officials reportedly warned the White House had been a target of Russian intelligence, follows her out.

According to Giuliani - whose work representing President Donald Trump's personal interests in Ukraine led directly to his own client's impeachment - he entered into what "seemed like a legitimate interview" with a "young woman".

According to reports from early screenings of the film, which will be released on Amazon on Friday, Giuliani is shown in a room with the woman after being interviewed by her, on a bed tucking in his shirt with his hand in his trousers.

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Sacha Baron Cohen plays Kazakh journalist Borat Sagdiyev in the "Borat" sequel.

In the scene, Giuliani is invited by the actress for a drink and, after taking off his microphone, appears to put his hand down his pants.

"This guy comes running in, wearing a insane, what I would say was a pink transgender outfit", Giuliani told Page Six in July. And I leaned back and I tucked my shirt in. He known as the video a "full fabrication" and that Cohen can be a "stone-cold liar" if he alleged that Giuliani acted inappropriately.

The scene in the movie was filmed back in July, months before Giuliani leaked the contents of Biden's purported laptop to New York Post last week.

"My aim here was not to expose racism and anti-Semitism", Cohen said of the sequel in a recent interview with the New York Times.

NBC News, which obtained a copy of the movie "Borat Subsequent Moviefilm", ahead of its Friday release on Amazon Prime, said a scene shows Giuliani reclining on a bed in a hotel room in what it said was a compromising position. "I guess I've been doin my interviews all wrong..."

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