In the clip posted on Twitter, actress Maria Bakalova appears in the same room at an event with the US president.
Additionally, he was interviewed in the White House by a reporter for an America News Network, a far-flung channel often praised by Trump and for questioning presidential softballs in press conferences as well as for unsubstantiated conspiracies. The principles were known to be transmitted.
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“There is no need for a security check or a COVID test,” Borat said in a voiceover before mocking the network.
Trump is very careful what he let his events and home into. No Kovid Test Required – High 5! pic.twitter.com/Kf5gGk3n2M
– Borat (@BoratSagdiyev) October 23, 2020
According to the clip, the actress was interviewed at the White House on September 20 by OANN correspondent Channel Ryan.
It was not clear whether Bacalova gained access to the White House through OANN or was independently, or if she undergoes any safety or health screening.
“Why are all fake journalists on the left and none on the right?” Bucklow asked Rion. Rion’s response is not shown in the clip.
The Daily Mail reported that additional footage from the clip came when Bekalova attended a reception in Phoenix, Arizona, and the two joined hands with Donald Trump Jr. at the CPAC conservative convention in February.
Footage has not been depicted for the film “Borat Sabrendi Movement: Delivery of Progressive Bribe to American Benefit for Make Benefit Once Glorious Nation” released on Amazon Prime Video on October 23.
Trolling people close to Trump is a central theme of the new “Borat” film, a sequel to a 2006 mockumentary featuring Baron Cohen’s character traveling to the United States about sexist, racist, and anti-Jewish views Has been reported, and received similar responses from unintentional subjects. .
Trump said that on Friday he was not a fan of Baron Cohen – even before a clip of the British comedian’s film forced US President’s lawyer Rudy Giuliani to make a strange explanation.
Asked about the clip – which featured Giuliani in a faked “interview” with a charming and bubbly young woman, also played by Baklova – while speaking to reporters aboard Air Force One, Trump said: ” I have not done that. ”
“But years ago, you know, he tried to scam me. And I was the only person who said no way. He’s a stupid person. And I don’t find him funny.”
Trump said the incident dates back about 15 years.
“To me, that was a creep,” Trump said.
The president did not divulge more details about that encounter, but in a 2003 interview, Baron Cohen – playing the character of wannabe gangster Ali G – gave Trump a business venture: special gloves to eat ice cream.
Before the release of the new Borat film, words had spread like wildfire on Besar Cohen’s latest unhappy contestants.
On Wednesday, Giuliani expressed displeasure over the fake interview.
In the film, the encounter appears to leave the 76-year-old former New York mayor in a compromising position, who was handcuffed under his pants in the bedroom.
Giuliani said the scene was “a complete fabrication.”
“I was stuck in my shirt after being removed from the recording device. Never before, during an interview, or after that was I inappropriate, ”he tweeted.
“If the true Baron Cohen implies, he is a stone’s lie.”
The comedian continued to have fun in Giuliani.
In a video posted on social media, Borat himself leaped to his defense and accused the “fake news media” – a term often used by Trump and his supporters – of “innocent” encounters in “something disgusting”. to turn on.
Baron Cohen has made a history of poking fun at conservative figures. For their 2018 showtime series “Who Is America”, the British comedian got former Vice President Dick Cheney to sign a waterboarding kit. A sketch with former Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore led the comedian to a “pedophile test”. Moore has sued the encounter.