Who knows what it all means but, for the record, Baron Cohen did go to school to learn about being amusing.
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But when it was announced Thursday that Cohen hired Lanny Davis, a former ally of Hillary Clinton, to be his new lawyer, it became clear that Cohen no longer sees himself on Team Trump.
No other details have been released, so it's not yet known if Baron Cohen has something in the works or if he's just trolling the president.
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A majority of Cohen's movies take some political stance on current events in comedic ways. You don't know shit. This video ends with a message saying that "Sacha Graduates Soon" followed by the logo of the short-lived Trump University. An unimpressed Trump responded by posting the video laying into the British actor. It's unclear if the teased Trump-related project is that same film.
Of course, Cohen and Trump had met before - way back in 2003 when Cohen was first making his name via his character Ali G, a parody of youth TV presenters, who routinely asked inappropriate or daft questions to provoke awkward responses from unwitting subjects.
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Then there's the role of President Donald Trump. He tried to pitch him an idea about a gloves for eating ice cream. Later, the president boasted, "I never fall for scams". Some suggested that he might do the same to Cohen, long considered Trump's "fixer", but there is an apparent rift between the two. "I am the only person who immediately walked out of my "Ali G" interview". In the run up to the 2016 election, Cohen shot a sequence for The Brothers Grimsby involving then candidate Trump contracting HIV.