Sacha Baron Cohen trolls Trump, teases possible future project

Sacha Baron Cohen trolls Trump, teases possible future project

Today, Sacha Baron Cohen has revealed he's been working undercover on this latest project for over a year.

The two clashed in the past when he interviewed Trump in the guise of his Ali G character when the future President was starring in reality TV show The Apprentice. Then I read his words published on July 2, and I recognized his sincerity.

"Michael Cohen deserves to tell his side of the story - subject, of course to the advice of counsel", Davis, who served as White House special counsel under former President Clinton, said in the statement.

In a recent interview, he signaled that he may be willing to cooperate with special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation.

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In particular, the same sources say Giuliani is wading into unsafe territory when he asks Cohen to "tell the truth" about the Trump Tower meeting with Donald Trump Jr. and Russian meddling in the election.

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"That's a first. It's the first time I've ever signed a waterboard", Cheney says in the teaser.

If indeed Cohen's latest project makes light of the 45th president, it wouldn't come as a great shock. The video then teases that Cohen, "Is back... like you've never seen him before".

Some pundits view the move as a way of putting pressure on Trump and his associates to pay his legal fees or to pardon him if he is charged and convicted of a crime.

Davis' announcement comes at a critical time for Cohen, as a court-ordered review of material seized in a April raid of Cohen's offices and home is nearing an end. He now works as a legal crisis manager.

Cohen is saying, this source adds, that he is "no longer taking a bullet for you (Trump), no longer a flunky".

Legal experts consider this a sign that Cohen is ready to "flip" on Trump and cooperate in the government's investigation into Trump's possible ties to Russian Federation.

Davis and Cohen did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Business Insider.

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