Trump Responds to 'Borat' Sequel: 'To Me, He's a Creep'

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Mr Trump told reporters aboard Air Force One on Friday night that he did not know what happened with Mr Giuliani. "I don't know anything about him other than he tried to scam me'". "To me, he was a creep".

While the portrayal of the country by actor and creator Sacha Baron Cohen is by no means a positive one, the country took the decision to embrace the character and take on his catchphrase as one of its new slogans.

"Donald - I appreciate the free publicity for Borat!".

In a scene in which Tutar, who is portrayed as 15 in the film, attempts to seduce Giuliani, the lawyer is seen lying on a bed, and appears to have his hand in his pants. And as Trump made clear to reporters, he is no stranger to Mr Cohen's trickery.

Few of the film's pranks were revealed ahead of the release but reviewers said they include Cohen gate-crashing a political conference dressed as Trump, a coronavirus quarantine stay with supporters of QAnon conspiracy theories and visits to an abortion clinic and a debutante ball.

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"So Sacha Baron Cohen & authors get a free pass by the "left" because he attacks Giuliani?", Taleb wrote on Twitter. "I had to take off the electronic equipment", he said in the radio interview. Yet the entire world chuckles at you. Sacha Baron Cohen's mockumentary film is now in the headlines after Trump's lawyer came under a scrutiny.

"I just urge everyone to watch the movie". And, make your own mind up.

Talking to the reporters, the U.S. president said that he didn't know what happened with Giuliani., "But, you know, years ago he tried to scam me", Trump said of Baron Cohen. I'm always looking for people to play racist buffoons and you'll need a job after January 20.

In his defence, Mr Giuliani claimed that the Borat footage is "a complete fabrication" and claimed that his hand was not down the front of his pants in any compromising way, but that he was only tucking in his shirt.

Shortly after the president declared he was above Baron Cohen's shenanigans, video resurfaced of the comic disguised as another one of his alter egos, Ali G, talking business with an unwitting Trump for a 2003 episode of HBO's Da Ali G Show.

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