Sacha Baron Cohen Uses Social Media in Response to Trump’s Criticism


President Donald Trump criticized Comedian and actor behind a film “Borat Subsequent Moviefilm,” Sacha Baron Cohen.  The actor responded to a critique on Twitter Saturday, Oct. 24, 2020.

During an interview, Trump was asked if he has seen Cohen’s new movie, it shows his profession Ruby Giuliani in a hotel room on a bed, tucking his shirt into his pants. A immature lady helps him mislay recording equipment. He said:

I don’t find him funny, he’s a creep. Years ago he attempted to fraud me we pronounced no, he’s is a artificial guy.

Giuliani pronounced he was set adult and referred to it as a strike pursuit and pronounced Cohen took a impulse out of context to confuse him.

Cohen responded on amicable media, thanking a boss for a giveaway broadside for a movie. He pronounced Trump is not funny, though a whole universe laughs during him, and he will need a pursuit in January.

This is not a initial time they disagreed. In 2018, Cohen trolled Trump after he called a actor a third-grade impression that needs to learn about funny.

Trump did not like his coming in a film “Da Ali” in 2003. The Borat star interviewed Trump as a famous impression Ali G. He pitched a business thought about a glove that prevents an ice cream cone from dripping. After a boss satisfied a representation was not legitimate, he walked out of a interview.

Written by Jessica Letcher
Edited by Cathy Milne-Ware


The Hollywood Reporters: Sacha Baron Cohen Responds to Criticism From Trump: “I Don’t Find You Funny Either”: Trilby Beresford

Fox News: ‘Borat 2’ star Sacha Baron Cohen responds to Donald Trump’s critique of a film: ‘I don’t find we funny’: Tyler McCarthy

Haaretz and The Associated Press: Baron Cohen Responds to Giuliani as Trump Calls Him a ‘Creep’

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