British comedian Sacha Baron Cohen placed his sights on Donald Trump last night, reviving his beloved character Borat to mock the prospective Republican nominee for the US Presidency.
Borat showed up on Jimmy Kimmel’s late night talk show to warn Americans about “frivolous nincompoop” Sacha Baron Cohen and his new character.
“I have come very serious,” said Borat. “I come to make warning to U.S. and A., the frivolous nincompoops Sacha Cohen has returned. This man is a real pain in my exit holes.
“His characters are very, very offensive. Ali G, Bruno, and his new one, Donald Trump. The only person who would ban Muslims is someone with brain like female chicken. It is clearly a parody of the rich American racist.”
Trump is currently running for US President and has made numerous highly controversial comments - the latest of which has seen him call for a ban on all Muslims from entering the United States.
Kimmel tried to explain that Trump is a real person but the Kazakhstani was having none of it. “He does not look even real,“ Borat continued. "Cohen spent all the money on orange paint for face and leave no money for wig.”
Borat, and Cohen, shot to worldwide fame after the success of 2006 comedy ‘Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan’ which saw the character road trip around the America, with Cohen leading Americans to believe Borat was real.
Cohen’s follow-up films have included 'Bruno’, 'The Dictator’ and now 'Grimsby’, which Cohen was on Jimmy Kimmel Live to promote with a brand new trailer.
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