Sacha Baron Cohen Teases New Trump-Trashing Project

A screenshot of Michael Cohen's Twitter page from June 27

A screenshot of Michael Cohen's Twitter page from June 27

Baron Cohen is also now shooting the Netflix series "The Spy" written and directed by Gideon Raff but here's hoping he we get more information on this project very soon.

The clip opens with footage of Trump managing to string some words together in a vaguely coherent fashion, though the content of what he's saying-even for those unfamiliar with Cohen and Trump's history-is null.

Baron Cohen is now shooting the Netflix series The Spy, where he plays real-life agent Eli Cohen, a spy for Israel in Syria in the early 1960s.

Cohen once interviewed Mr. Trump in character on "Da Ali G" show in 2003.

"Cohen posted an old video of Trump criticizing him for being a "third-rate character" that he wished "would have been punched in the face" while a message announcing "[Cohen's] back as you've never seen him before" pans across the screen. It was disgraceful. He ought to be fired immediately. 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.

But in 2016, Cohen told James Corden that Trump actually stayed "for about seven minutes". Or will the project skew closer to a mockumentary about the failed "university" itself? "Learn about being amusing". You don't know s***'. It is now unclear of how Sacha Baron Cohen got a hold of this unseen message from Donald Trump, which was likely filmed before he became President. "Sacha graduates." It then shows a logo for Trump University, which was the subject of a $25 million class action lawsuit that Trump settled.

Cohen is being investigated for violations of election law and fraud and is being investigated in r the payments Trump made to adult film star Stormy Daniels.

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