The Borat star hit back at Trump in a sarcastic tweet, calling him a “racist jester” and warning him he would “need a job” as he offered him a role in his next film.
Now Ash, who released a sequel to Borat last month, has launched another scathing attack on Trump and resumed his job offer.
In a tweet he said: “Donald – you are out of work and I know I offered you a job. But your performance last week was tragic and sad. Offer canceled.
Trump has taken on Sacha after his lawyer Rudy Giuliani appeared in his new movie.
The funnyman shared an article presenting Donald Trump’s opinion on the Borat star in which he said he saw right after Sacha when he tried to “rip him off in the past.”
He said, “You know, years ago he tried to swindle me and I was the only one who said,” No way. This guy is a fake. I don’t find him funny. For me, it’s a creep. ”
Trump said he saw right after Sacha when he tried to “rip him off in the past.”
Ash hit back in a tweet, saying, “Donald – I appreciate the free publicity for Borat! I admit, I don’t find you funny either. ”
He added, “But yet the whole world is laughing at you. I’m still looking for people to play racist buffoons, and you’ll need a job after January 20. Let’s talk about it! ”
Trump is believed to be referring to an incident that occurred in 2003 when he was interviewed on Da Ali G Show, where Sacha insisted that human beings exchanging stones “there are hundreds of millions of ‘years’ was the first case.
Joe Biden was announced yesterday as the 46th President of the United States of America.
Sacha was widely praised by fans after the release of the second Borat film, titled Borat Subsequent Movie Film.
The mock documentary features several explosive moments that shed light on events at the White House in the run-up to the election.