Amazon Prime's 'Borat 2' is making waves across the internet ever since being released on the streaming platform on Friday.
Arriving just in time before the US elections take place at the beginning of November, 'Borat 2' landed on our screens as the man from Kazakhstan takes to the land of the free once again. He starts to wreck sh*t up all over again, alongside his daughter Tutar (expertly played by Bulgarian actor Maria Bakalova), who arrives in the country in a huge wooden crate.
If you've seen the movie, you'll know that Tutar, in order to "fit in" with the US and their perfect-looking lifestyle, goes under a radical transformation. She then ditches her father in order to pave her own way as a journalist, culminating with her extraordinary interview with Rudy Giuliani.
However, on the day of the movie's release, creator Sacha Baron Cohen shared a clip that never made it into the movie - and it features Tutar actually making it into The White House. Apparently, there was no need to go through any security checks or any COVID-19 test to enter. The OAN reporter also doesn't appear to be able to answer a brilliantly put question about "left-wing politics". All of this sounds about right.
Trump very careful who he let into his events and house. No Covid test necessary - High 5! pic.twitter.com/Kf5gGk3n2M
— Borat (@BoratSagdiyev) October 23, 2020
Now, Donald Trump has spoken out about the actor, branding Cohen as "a creep". While speaking to reporters on Friday, Trump was asked whether he was worried about security in The White House following the unseen 'Borat 2' clip. He responded while rambling on for a bit about how Cohen tried to "scam" him in the past (when he dressed as Ali G).
He told reporters: "Years ago, you know, he tried to scam me. That’s a phoney guy. And I don’t find him funny. To me, he was a creep."
Here is said clip.