"My name-ah Borat, I like-ah porno"
Borat has appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live to suggest Donald Trump is a Sacha Baron Cohen creation who is “clearly a parody of a rich American racist”.
In the video, Borat compares Jimmy Kimmel to an intimate part of the female anatomy (in his typically roundabout way), throws out some stereotypes about Jews and money, and says he’s “not a fan” of his creator, Sacha Baron Cohen.
The Kazakh character added that Trump “spent all his money on orange paint for his face and left no money for a wig.”
Borat was on the show to promote Baron Cohen’s new film The Brothers Grimsby, released next year, which sees the actor play a football hooligan. Borat slams Baron Cohen throughout the clip, encouraging Kimmel not to play the trailer.
Watch the video via YouTube, below:
In the new movie, Baron Cohen goes on the run with his Black Ops agent brother (Mark Strong). The film also stars Penelope Cruz, Rebel Wilson, Ian McShane, Gabourey Sidibe and Isla Fisher.
In 2014, the film attracted criticism from Grimsby councillor Matthew Brown over the portrayal of the Lincolnshire town. Brown hit out at the comedian behind characters Borat and Ali G for portraying the town in a bad light.
“It is using the town’s name in potentially a poor light,” Brown told MailOnline. “What also worries me is that there is no benefit to the local economy which is carrying the town’s name. Anything that you associate with football hooliganism is going to be negative, but I hope people will be open-minded when they watch the film.”
Baron Cohen released Borat back in 2006 and saw the film banned in almost all countries in the Middle East. The Kazakh ‘journalist’ was “killed off” by Baron Cohen following the film, as he felt the character was now too famous to continue to trick people.
The Brothers Grimsby opens on February 26 2016 in US cinemas and March 4 in the UK.