"This third-grade character named Sacha Baron Cohen, I only wish that he would've been punched in the face so many times". After Mr. Trump says Cohen should "go to school, learn about being amusing", the video promises "Sacha graduates soon" (Cohen is a graduate of the University of Cambridge).
The titles, which are shown over a USA flag, then read: 'Sacha graduates. "Learn about being amusing", Trump continues.
The clip opens with footage of Trump managing to string some words together in a vaguely coherent fashion, though the content of what he's saying-even for those unfamiliar with Cohen and Trump's history-is null. Or will the project skew closer to a mockumentary about the failed "university" itself?
Murkowski favors Kennedy-like justice for Supreme Court slot
Though Kennedy was nominated to the Supreme Court by President Ronald Reagan, a conservative, he was considered a swing vote. Casey , a major 1992 Supreme Court ruling that upheld Roe . "I think the person that is chosen will be outstanding".
Back in 2003, he interviewed Trump as part of Da Ali G Show, trying to sell the Apprentice star "ice cream gloves".
Cohen signaled in an interview with ABC News Monday that his loyalties were shifting away from Trump in order to protect his family. The unaccredited "schoo-ol" was the subject of much legal scrutiny, ultimately resolved through settlements, but it looks like it'll also be the subject of Baron Cohen's next project.
He tweeted in 2012: 'I never fall for scams. He has not released a project since then, but has appeared in other movies and shows. "I am the only person who immediately walked out of my "Ali G" interview".