Fake Kazakhstani journalist Borat Sagdiyev thanks the president of the U.S. and A for all the laughs.
Borat— the satirical alter ego of British comedian Sacha Baron Cohen — appeared on a mocked-up a Time magazine cover Friday pulling off a Donald Trump mask.
“Premiere Trump Thank you for giving me fantastic head for the last four years,” reads a caption on the character’s verified Twitter page.
The tease comes ahead of Cohen’s new movie “Borat: Subsequent Moviefilm” in which the prankster works an impersonations of the president into his Borat act.
The movie’s official trailer appeared on YouTube Oct. 1. One scene has Cohen, disguised as Trump, crashing a Mike Pence speech. A scene including Rudy Giuliani was also reportedly recorded for the film. It streams on Amazon Prime on Oct. 23 and was filmed in secret throughout the summer, according to People magazine.
The upcoming Borat movie is a sequel to 2006 1/4 u2032s “Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan.”
Other previews from the carefully guarded movie show Cohen, as Borat, having fun at the expense of unsuspecting participants who appear to have dangerous misgivings about COVID-19. An actress identified as Irina Nowak plays Cohen’s sidekick in the second Borat movie.
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