Sacha Baron Cohen teases a new Trump-related project

It appears Sacha Baron Cohen has taken the advice of President Donald Trump and gone back to school. The video then teases that Cohen, "Is back... like you've never seen him before". "It was disgraceful. He ought to be fired".

"Go to school. Learn about being amusing".

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. Trump was one of many people who was bamboozled by one of Baron Cohen's personas, when he was interviewed by Baron Cohen's "Ali G" in 2003 as part of his parody TV show.

Baron Cohen, however, told "The Late Late Show" host James Corden in 2016 that Trump participated in the interview for several minutes longer than most participants.

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"You don't know s-t", Trump adds.

The comedian trolled Trump on Twitter with an Independence Day message on Wednesday and teased his latest project, which apparently has something to do with the president's failed college, Trump University.

The video is the only tweet on Cohen's social media account and has resulted in a ton of speculation over the Borat star's next project and how Trump University will play a role. "I am the only person who immediately walked out of my "Ali G" interview". While it's possible that his tweet was merely a joke, it was set up like a teaser trailer, which leads viewers to believe that this will indeed be his next project.

While Cohen hasn't explicitly said anything about his willingness to cooperate, Trump has shown some distance from Cohen, specifying last month that Cohen was no longer his personal attorney. Later, the president boasted, "I never fall for scams".

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