Michael Cohen Removes Trump Affiliation From Twitter And LinkedIn

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It shows an archive clip of Trump from the desk in his former office in Trump Tower, explaining how he'd like Baron Cohen to be "punched in the face so many times, he'd be in the hospital".

He adds: 'Sacha Baron Cohen, go to school! The clip fades to a logo of Trump University as the text "Sacha Graduates Soon" appears on screen. "Learn about being amusing".

Then there's the role of President Donald Trump.

Perhaps Cohen attended Trump University and is only now sharing his experience with the company, or maybe he created his own version of Trump University using the kinds of characters he became famous for. In the classic scene, Ali G tries to sell the surly businessman on the idea of "ice cream gloves" - an incident that Trump denies he was fooled by, though the clip suggests otherwise.

It is unclear whether Baron Cohen's Wednesday video is a teaser for a new project or simply a Fourth of July-themed troll from the comedian.

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It follows news that Baron Cohen is reportedly working on a movie featuring O.J. Simpson, though whether this is the same project is not known.

Cohen signaled in an interview with ABC News Monday that his loyalties were shifting away from Trump in order to protect his family.

New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman on Thursday tweeted a statement from Davis saying he has spoken to Cohen "many times in the last two weeks" and that he "recognized his sincerity" in an ABC News interview that aired earlier this week.

He tweeted in 2012: 'I never fall for scams. "I am the only person who immediately walked out of my "Ali G" interview".

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.