Sacha Baron Cohen mocked President Trump for losing the election by canceling a job offer he made after Trump criticized his latest film “Borat 2”.
Fox News projected on Saturday that Joe Biden would be the 46th President of the United States. The news was met with celebrations by Democrat supporters in Hollywood, while prompting other celebrities to question the election results.
Among the stars who criticized Trump for being denied a second term was actor “Borat,” who took to Twitter to ridicule the president’s behavior over the past week as “tragic. and sad”.
“Donald – you are out of work and I know I offered you a job,” Cohen wrote on Saturday shortly thereafter, the race officially broke out in favor of Biden. “But your performance last week was tragic and sad. Offer canceled. ”
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The Beard was a direct sequel to comments the filmmaker made in late October after posting the sequel to his 2006 hit comedy on Amazon. The sequel saw the Kazakhstan character embark on a new tour of America, this time spending several days with conspiracy theorists, sneaking into CPAC and posing an actress as her daughter to play a prank on Rudy Giuliani. .
White House Voice of America bureau chief Steve Herman reported on Twitter that Trump commented on the wild film, which took several photos of his administration and supporters.
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“I do not know what happened. But years ago, you know, he tried to rip me off and I was the only one who said no. He’s a bogus guy and I don’t find him funny. ” Trump would have said on Air Force One over the weekend. “For me, it’s a creep. ”
It wasn’t long before the celebrity took to Twitter with a helping hand, thanking the president for giving his film free publicity.
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“Donald – I appreciate the free publicity for Borat! I admit, I don’t find you funny either. But yet the whole world is laughing at you ” he was laughing. “I’m still looking for people to play racist buffoons, and you’ll need a job after January 20. Let’s talk about it!
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As Variety notes, Trump was probably referring to a segment made on Cohen’s previous HBO comedy series “Da Ali G” in 2003. As his famous Ali G character, he had Trump and pitched him an idea. scandalous commercial for a glove that prevents an ice cream cone from dripping onto his hand. Trump walked out of the interview after it became clear the pitch was not legitimate.