Sacha Baron Cohen Teases New Project Involving Trump University

Emmett Rice
July 6, 2018

Sacha Baron Cohen, best known for creating the characters Borat, Bruno and Ali G, has teased on his Twitter that his next movie will focus on United States President Donald Trump, with an emphasis on his failed academy Trump University.

That aside, Baron Cohen has had some previous run-ins with Trump.

Here is what President Trump said about Sacha Baron Cohen in his video that was used in Cohen's announcement. You don't know shit.

Cohen once interviewed Mr. Trump in character on "Da Ali G" show in 2003. Then, the video transitions to a Trump University logo.

A majority of Cohen's movies take some political stance on current events in comedic ways. Cohen's clip ends by throwing shade at the infamous Trump University.

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The university, created and operated by The Trump Organization in 2005, was meant to teach students how to become wealthy like Trump by investing in real estate. It's unclear if the teased Trump-related project is that same film.

Michael Cohen's social media profiles no longer hold any mentions of President Donald Trump as of this week, prompting speculation about whether he's prepared to cooperate with the FBI in the myriad investigations into his behavior. He tried to pitch him an idea about a gloves for eating ice cream. Some suggested that he might do the same to Cohen, long considered Trump's "fixer", but there is an apparent rift between the two. Later, the president boasted, "I never fall for scams".

Baron Cohen also targeted Trump in the 2016 film "The Brothers Grimsby".

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