Sacha Baron Cohen teases his next project

The clip fades to a logo of Trump University as the text "Sacha Graduates Soon" appears on screen. "Learn about being amusing".

Way back in 2003, Cohen interviewed Trump while in character as Ali G. Trump, as expected, later tried to get away with a lie about being "the only person' to have ever immediately walked out of a Da Ali G Show interview".

Michael Cohen's social media profiles no longer hold any mentions of President Donald Trump as of this week, prompting speculation about whether he's prepared to cooperate with the FBI in the myriad investigations into his behavior.

The comedian teased the president on Independence Day by posting a video on Twitter that appears to be a trailer for a new project.

Cohen signaled in an interview with ABC News Monday that his loyalties were shifting away from Trump in order to protect his family.

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.

Of the celebrities that have verbally opposed Donald Trump as President, Sacha Baron Cohen is arguably among the loudest.

Trump once boasted: 'I never fall for scams.

Mr Cohen, whose home and office were raided by the FBI in April, is now under criminal investigation.

"He claims he saw through the interview", Cohen said.

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.

Even The Dictator, one of Cohen's worst projects to date, took a political stance, giving an analysis of America's dealings with the political turmoil of the Middle East.

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