Sacha Baron Cohen was never ‘made’ during Trump stunt at CPAC

Sacha Baron Cohen has found a new spin for his infamous mankini.

The comic is doing his part to persuade people to wear COVID masks by sporting one covering his genitals in a poster for his “Borat” sequel. The outrageous outfit is a spin on the infamous neon green number that Cohen wore as his Kazakh journalist character while he was in France to promote the first film at the 2006 Cannes Film Festival.

The sequel, “Borat Subsequent Moviefilm: Delivery of Prodigious Bribe to American Regime for Make Benefit Once Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan,” debuts on Amazon Prime on Oct. 23. The trailer, released Thursday, reveals that Cohen pranked Vice President Mike Pence at the Conservative Political Action Conference in February.

Reports at the time said a man impersonating Donald Trump was yelling and removed from the event during a speech by Pence, but was not charged. A source told us, “Security hauled him away, but they never found out who he was. People never found out that was Sacha.”

Page Six exclusively reported in July that Rudy Giuliani got wise to one of Cohen’s ruses during a supposed interview and called the cops. Cohen also teased the film before the Trump-Biden debate this week with a mock endorsement of Trump from a Twitter account purporting to be the Republic of Kazakhstan.

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