Borat went door to door in an unidentified Los Angeles neighborhood in a bid to drum up support for President Donald Trump and the GOP. "So, it up to Kazakhstan to swing the midterms for Premier Trump".
At his second stop, Borat talked to a man about fake news and Trump being a racist.
Borat first knocks on a woman's door and is stunned to find it is not against the law for her to vote. The man replied, "In my opinion, the fake news people say he is a racist". 'I am a racist, it is nice'. He then speaks about the "fake news" reports that Mexican children are being put in cages, getting her to high-five the fact. Or 'liberal elitist Hollywood bubble globalist Jew mouthpiece, ' as the Kazakh character said.
It doesn't feel like it was 12 YEARS AGO that Sacha Baron Cohen released Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan upon the cinema-going public, instantly creating an iconic character with the most one-liners this side of Austin Powers.
For instance, in typically absurd fashion, he attempts to dissuade a Jewish voter from entering the polling station using only a packet of bacon.
After debuting the character on Da Ali G Show all the way back in 2000, Cohen enjoyed "great success" with the 2006 Borat film as it made almost £200 million worldwide at the box office - but he's only brought Borat out for a handful of appearances since then.