Sacha Baron Cohen said he wore a 56-inch fat suit as part of a Donald Trump disguise that lurked at Mike Pence’s speech at a CPAC rally earlier this year.
One of the concerns about filming the stunt at this event was ‘How do I get in and how do I get out?’
He said New York Times The security of the event was on hand to ‘check everyone’s bodies’.
‘Remember, I spent five hours that morning on makeup because the prosthetic team turned my face into Trump’s face,’ Cohen noted. ‘This fat case is huge. This is a 56 inch fat case to turn my waist into Trump because we estimated it to be very realistic. ‘
Sacha Baron Cohen (dressed as Trump) filmed a scene during Mike Pence’s speech for his upcoming film Borat at a CPAC rally in Maryland in February
Cohen (dressed as Trump) said he was wearing a 56-inch fat dress and prosthetics and was worried about going out to the event because of all the security there.
A still from the Borat film series shows Cohen (in Trump costume, center) running over the shoulder with an actress through a rally venue.
Another still from the film shows Cohen (fighting) putting his Trump costume together
At one point, when the security guard’s metal detector magic wand began to sound, Cohen was forced to lip-sync the defibrillator to disable the device.
Cohen was then able to hide in the bathroom because Cohen was able to hide the conservative men going to the toilet for five hours until I entered the room. We were surrounded by the secret service and the police and internal security, ”he said.
Although details of what happened after Cohen’s entry into the room were not released, photographers at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Action Hill, Maryland, caught the stunt on February 27.
News Reports Citing local police at the time, Trump said the impersonator interrupted Benz 10 minutes after he began his speech, after which the man was taken from the premises. No charges have been registered against him.
Cohen first began talking about his popular status as political topics because ‘democracy is in danger this year’
In the pictures of the event, Cohen – in Trump’s face – can be seen gesturing with a shoeless woman in split shoes thrown over one shoulder.
The New York Times revealed that the woman is an actress who plays the daughter of Cohen’s Borat character. From the Kazakh homeland of journalist Borat, he should be a gift to ‘Vice Premier’ Mike Pence.
In the film’s recently released trailer, Cohen can be seen running through the crowded rally lobby on the actress’ shoulders and then standing in the audience, ‘Michael Ben-I brought a girl for you!’ When gesturing to his ‘daughter’.
Cohen told the New York Times that the fight was a sequel to the film: Giving a Big Bribery to the US Rule to Glorify Kazakhstan’s Famous Nation – It Must Be Released Before the 2020 Presidential Election.
This is necessary because, ‘we wanted it to be a reminder of who they are voting for – or who they are not voting for. If you are a woman and you do not vote against this person, find out what you are doing for your gender. ‘
While searching for a home for the film, he said he was concerned about the political content of the film and the idea that it should be released before the election.
Amazon Video has finally acquired the movie and will be screened on October 23rd.
Cohen, an English comedian who lives in Los Angeles with actress wife Isla Fisher and their children, said she has seen how American society has changed since the original Borat movie was filmed 15 years ago.
“In 2005, you needed a character like Borat, he was misguided, racist, anti-Semitic, and people needed to express their inner prejudices,” Cohen told the New York Times. ‘Now those inner prejudices are obvious. Racists are proud to be racists. ‘
Cohen described the president as “an outspoken racist, an outspoken fascist” and said, “It allows other communities to change their dialogue.”
Despite this observation, Cohen – a notable Jew – said the purpose of the Borat series was to ‘not expose racism and anti-Semitism’.
Cohen (like Ali Ji) said he had a ‘long-standing hatred’ for Trump, which prompted him to be interviewed on the 2003 episode of the Da Ali Ji show (pictured) on the HBO.
Cohen, who lives in Los Angeles with his wife Isla Fisher (pictured together), said he has seen a change in American society since the first Borat film was shot in 2005.
Instead, he said, ‘its purpose is to make people laugh, but we are exposing a dangerous slide to dictatorship’.
Cohen said he has a ‘long-standing hatred’ for Trump, which predicted an Ali G Show cake with Trump in 2003.
In that HBO series clip, Cohen – as his Ali G. Alder Ego – mentioned then-businessman Trump about the glove for eating ice cream to prevent hand stickiness. During the pitch, Trump walks out of the room.
In the aftermath of the incident, New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd said Trump told her that Cohen – as Ali G – had suffered a serious setback. This is a total con job. But my daughter Ivanka looked at it and thought it was too cold. ‘
Cohen was the reason why he wanted to interview Trump as Ali G, ” obviously, I felt I had a long-standing hatred for the president. ‘
Commenting on Trump, Cohen said: “His ingenuity is to use the word” fake news “against him and use it against every journalist with press integrity.”
The comedian wondered what would happen if Trump was re-elected – ‘Will America become a democracy only in the name of a Turkish democracy or a Russian democracy?’
Although Cohen and Trump do not appear to have crossed paths since the 2003 taping, Trump had a lot to say about Cohen after The Dictator’s premiere, which featured a rope that Cohen spilled – North Korea’s Kim Gong Zhang – at the 2012 Oscars with Ryan Siegrest.
In a YouTube video and on Twitter, Trump said that Secrets’ bodyguard had repeatedly punched ‘Pummel’ and ‘Cohen’ in the face and that he did not know what had happened.
He said Cohen must have been hospitalized in connection with the incident.
Trump’s robbery was reminiscent of what his father said when Cohen ran for president in 2016.
‘I remember my late father seeing Trump on the campaign trail in 2016. “What do you think of him? He said, ‘Two things. He’s more entertaining. He’s more entertaining than Hillary. Two, he’s a fascist,’ ‘Cohen recalled.
‘My father was born in 1932. He saw fascists in the streets, beating Mosley’s blackshirts Jews. He knows what fascism is. ‘
Although Cohen has long been known as a celebrity who denies being political, in August 2017, following a white supremacy rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, it killed an opponent.
Following the rally, Cohen said he had been in contact with the director of the Anti-Defamation League, who later persuaded him to speak at the 2019 ADL summit, Never Is Now.
Cohen, who is now part of a campaign to stop profits, said that speaking at the event was “completely out of my comfort zone” and that he was “always cautious in using my reputation to present any political views”.
“This is the first time I have delivered a keynote address in my own voice, but I felt the need to sound the alarm and say that democracy is in danger this year,” Cohen said. New York Times Of his decision to deliver the text.
‘I felt, even though it was going to ruin my life, that people would come to me and say,“ Just shut up and tell me what we need is another celebrity to do last ”- I fully understand the people who do it – I felt I had to do it to live with myself. ‘