Borat Just Joined Twitter And Is Already Trolling The Wawaweewa Out Of Donald Trump

Borat Sagdiyev - British actor Sacha Baron Cohen's weird alter ego - came to Twitter on Friday and wasted no time mocking President Donald Trump.
The fake Kazakh reporter went on a Trump-worthy tweet storm sarcastically praising the president and his devastating mistreatment of the coronavirus pandemic.
"Premiere Trump true leader - he has proven to be stronger than more than 200,000 of his American subjects!" Read a post on Trump's COVID-19 diagnosis that came after ignoring safety guidelines and downplaying the virus for months.
Another said: "Trump so strong he didn't even have to drink bleach to stay alive!" - a reminder of the President's suggestion that the use of disinfectants could be a treatment for the disease.
It's unclear if Cohen himself tweeted from the verified account, and representatives from the actor didn't immediately respond to HuffPost's request for more information.
However, the feed is most likely a publicity stunt prior to the release of the sequel to Cohen's mockumentary, "Borat: Cultural Lessons of America for the Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan" on October 23, 2006 on October 23.
The plot of the upcoming film, titled "Borat Subsequent Moviefilm", remains unclear, but the trailer ends with Borat appearing dressed as Trump to harass Vice President Mike Pence on stage.
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