Borat uses the flower bed in front of the Trump hotel at Columbus Circle as a men’s room.
Sacha Baron Cohen plays the cello and is planning to take some Zoom classes from the masters.
Borat keeps his teenage daughter in a cage. (“Is it nicer than Melania’s cage?” she wonders.) And when he takes her clothes shopping, he asks the saleswoman to direct them to the “No means Yes section.”
Sacha Baron Cohen, who once dreamed of being a chef, loves to cook for his family.
Borat buys a chocolate cake and asks the woman behind the counter to write on top, “Jews will not replace us” in icing — with a smiley face.
Sacha Baron Cohen is an observant Jew who speaks Hebrew and works with the Anti-Defamation League on “Stop Hate for Profit,” a campaign to stem the bile on social media.
call out Mark Zuckerberg and “the Silicon Six.”
If you thought the comedian could never do anything wilder than getting Dick Cheney to sign a waterboarding kit for him in his 2018 Showtime series, “Who Is
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