Sacha Baron Cohen's Next Project Could Be Donald Trump-Related

Satirist Sacha Baron Cohen is up to something new

Satirist Sacha Baron Cohen is up to something new

It is unclear whether Baron Cohen's Wednesday video is a teaser for a new project or simply a Fourth of July-themed troll from the comedian. Sacha Baron Cohen, go to school!

Cohen's announcement was posted on Twitter on July 4th as an Independence Day themed post, which seemed like the ideal moment to announce something like this.

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. For example, Borat was about how Americans saw cultural diversity in their country, specifically with immigrants.

But it appears that Cohen might be teasing a future project.

According to a legal analyst for MSNBC, it is quite possible that Michael Cohen, the former personal lawyer to President Donald Trump could be on the verge of making a deal with special counsel Robert Mueller now that the deadline for Cohen's lawyers to review millions of documents has arrived. Right now, he'd be in a hospital... "It was disgraceful. He ought to be fired". Sacha Baron Cohen, go to school! "Learn about being amusing", Trump continues.

"You don't know s-t", Trump adds.

Shockingly, these comments made by Trump were never released online, so this is the first we are seeing of this footage. In 2016 for his film The Brothers Grimsby, he wrote a joke about Trump contracting HIV. Regardless, Trump's comments were "fighting words", and Cohen is down to fight. Cohen's clip ends by throwing shade at the infamous Trump University.

But Baron Cohen later told James Corden on The Late Late Show that Trump remained in the room for "about seven minutes", which is a long time compared to other unsuspecting participants in his show.

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