Sacha Baron Cohen Teases New Project Involving Trump University

A screenshot of Michael Cohen's Twitter page from June 27

A screenshot of Michael Cohen's Twitter page from June 27

Satirizing anthropomorphic pieces of fecal matter is no easy task, but Sacha Baron Cohen appears to have taken on the challenge.

Mr Cohen had previously said he was so loyal to Mr Trump he would "take a bullet for him".

"I only wish he had been punched in the face so many times right now he would be in the hospital", Trump rants. 'He ought to be fired immediately'.

Let's say it was 2016, and you told us that Trump lawyer Michael Cohen was in an apparent rift with his client, and was hiring a Clinton loyalist to represent him amid a federal investigation.

Who knows what it all means but, for the record, Baron Cohen did go to school to learn about being amusing.

If he did go through Trump University, that would have been filmed a while ago, though, because the "university" closed in 2010 after getting hit with a handful of lawsuits. The program's "Gold Elite" classes started at $35,000.

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But Trump walked out of the interview after apparently realizing it was a joke.

Perhaps Cohen attended Trump University and is only now sharing his experience with the company, or maybe he created his own version of Trump University using the kinds of characters he became famous for.

Rudy Giuliani, Trump's outside counsel, told Business Insider that he made "nothing" of Cohen's latest move to hire Davis, as well as his past couple weeks of maneuvering.

Trump once boasted: 'I never fall for scams.

Cohen also gave Trump (and Daniel Radcliffe) AIDS in an admittedly pretty low-brow gag in the movie The Brothers Grimsby, with Sony, the movie's producers insisting on a disclaimer at the end of the film.

In February it was reported that Baron Cohen paid convicted armed robber OJ Simpson £15,000 to lure him to a hotel room a prank for an undisclosed new project, not believed to be the Greed movie.

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