Borat creator Sacha Baron Cohen is ‘unfunny creep’

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However, he did have an opinion on Baron Cohen, telling reporters: "You know, years ago, he tried to scam me".

A few weeks before the United States election, a clip from the British comedian's new movie put Trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani in a tough spot in which he is on screen in a "faked" interview with a woman and can be seen indulging in flirting (and more).

Mr Trump appeared briefly on Da Ali G Show in 2003, but walked away from an interview with Baron Cohen's Ali G character after just a minute.

In another scene of the film, Bakalova, who is supposed to be playing Borat's 15-year-old daughter Tutar Sagdiyev, comes within feet of President Trump in what was said to be a room in the White House, and shakes hands with his son, Donald Trump Junior. After the interview concluded, the pair adjourned to an upstairs hotel room fitted with cameras where Giuliani appears to lie back on the bed, put his hands in his trousers and touch his genitals.

"And I was the only one that said: 'No way".

"To me, he was a creep", Trump mentioned.

"I was tucking in my shirt after taking off the recording equipment". When actually watching Giuliani carry out the "tuck" maneuver, it goes on for almost ten seconds of repeated hand-insertion before Borat charges into the room and interrupts. "If Sacha Baron Cohen implies otherwise he is a stone-cold liar".

"At no time before, during, or after the interview was I ever inappropriate". Giuliani has since called the video a "fabrication". The president's lawyer, who claimed on Twitter that he was just tucking his shirt in, doesn't come across as an innocent interviewee. I do know this as a result of they take my daughter into the White Home.

"I simply urge everybody to look at the film".

Cohen, in character as Borat, tweeted out the footage in which chief White House correspondent for One America News network Chanel Rion gives Bakalova a tour of the White House press room, without, the video claims, putting the actress through any kind of testing standard prior to her entry. "It's what it's. He did what he did... it was fairly clear to us".

It was not clarified if Bakalova gained access to the White House via OANN or was there independently, or if she underwent any security or health checks.



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