Cohen has made moves to separate himself from Trump, stripping his Twitter profile of reference to the president.
The clips, which features old footage of Trump slamming Baron Cohen, doesn't reveal much.
One such celebrity Trump has had altercations with even before he became president, is Sacha Baron Cohen.
The trailer shows footage of Trump clamoring Cohen and calling for the trickster to "be fired immediately", and urges him to, "go to school, learn about being amusing!"
He continued, "Sacha Baron Cohen, go to school, learn about being funny" as the words "Sacha Graduates Soon" appear onscreen. Hard telling. All we can say for sure is that Baron Cohen certainly knows how to create a ridiculous, button-pushing character that stirs up all kinds of controversy. A Trump film would not be the first time the British comedian took on politics. He told Vanity Fair, "I'm the guy who would take a bullet for the president", adding, "I'd never walk away".
Cohen has yet to confirm whether this means he is working on a movie about Trump, but it wouldn't be a surprise.
When Ali met Trump, he tried to get him to invest in "ice cream gloves", but after a short period, the real estate mogul turned President got wise to the ruse and ended the interview.
Sacha Baron Cohen, as Borat in Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit the Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan - a film that skewered American culture. Cohen was once a fierce defender of Trump.
Davis, who helped Clinton weather a series of White House scandals, said in a statement on Thursday that he spoke with Cohen several times in the past two weeks and "recognized his sincerity" following a recent interview with ABC News.
Cohen later said during an interview on The Late Show in 2016: "He claims that he did [walk out], he claims that he saw through the interview but actually he was there for about seven minutes..."
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Supreme Court who honors the original intent of the Constitution will have a positive impact on our country for decades". At least two of them turned down White House invitation to attend the announcement ceremony as did all Democrats.