Borat is Back and trolls the President’s Twitter account over his handling of COVID-19 Pandemic

Borat, Sacha Baron Cohen, has launched a Twitter account to troll President Trump over his handling of the COVID-19 pandemic- and also to promote his new film!

‘Premiere Trump true leader!’ Borat launches a Twitter account and trolls the president just days before Sacha Baron Cohen’s sequel film is released. Ahead of his return to the screen after almost 14 years, Sacha Baron Cohen’s Borat has joined Twitter, taking hits and trolling everyone in his path, the main target, however, is President Donald Trump.

Since joining the social media platform on Friday, Cohen’s comedic alter-ego has used it to criticise the president about his handling of the COVID-19 pandemic. From making jokes about how more than 200,000 have died from the coronavirus under Trump to the president’s “sarcastic” endorsement of bleach as COVID-19 treatment, Borat Sagdiyev’s going all-in for his comedic criticism.

“Trump would have leave hospital sooner, but he nice and did not want to hurt COVID’s feelings,” the Twitter account posted. In another sarcastic dig at Trump’s handling of coronavirus, he tweeted:, ‘Trump so strong he did not even need to drink bleach to stay alive!’

The new Twitter account is reportedly aimed at promoting the next instalment of the Borat saga, which is reportedly titled ‘The Borat Subsequent Moviefilm: Delivery of Prodigious Bribe to American Regime for Make Benefit Once Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan.’ Borat said that his first movie “brought great shame” to Kazakhstan, and with so many people in the U.S. recognizing him, the sequel will also see Sacha Baron Cohen donning various other disguises so he can more effectively take his interviewees off guard.

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