Trump continues: 'I only wish that he would've been punched in the face so many times right now, he'd be in a hospital'. The premise of Cohen's mystery project seems to hinge on Trump once telling the globally successful comedian to "go to school [and] learn about being amusing", with the Trump University logo appearing just before the clip's end. "Sacha graduates. Soon" - followed by the Trump University logo. "Learn about being amusing".
It appears Sacha Baron Cohen has taken the advice of President Donald Trump and gone back to school. When Stephanopoulos pressed Cohen about his past vow to "take a bullet" for Trump, Cohen doubled down, saying: "To be crystal clear, my wife, my daughter, and my son and this country have my first loyalty".
An archive video of Trump attacking Cohen then plays, with the president branding the Englishman a "third-rate character". Trump also tweeted about the incident at the time.
England turn focus to knockout round and the dreaded penalty shootout
He got it right most of the time last season but we need a bit extra to push for the title". England's players even had psychometric tests before the tournament to help the process.
Cohen once interviewed Mr. Trump in character on "Da Ali G" show in 2003.
But Trump walked out of the interview after apparently realizing it was a joke. The unaccredited "schoo-ol" was the subject of much legal scrutiny, ultimately resolved through settlements, but it looks like it'll also be the subject of Baron Cohen's next project.
Trump once boasted: 'I never fall for scams. He has not released a project since then, but has appeared in other movies and shows.
The latter is understood to relate to Mr Cohen paying off porn star Stormy Daniels during the 2016 election, which could count as an illegal contribution to President Trump's campaign. "I am the only person who immediately walked out of my "Ali G" interview".