Sacha Baron Cohen, a.k.a. Borat, took to the streets of a wealthy area of Los Angeles to talk politics for a hilarious “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” segment.
Cohen, 47, began the skit, which aired on Election Day, by saying, “It’s up to Kazakhstan to swing the election for Premier Trump.”
His alter-ego knocked on a woman’s door before asking for the “man of the house” and said, “Is there anyone in this house that can vote?”
As she told him she’d been voting for years, Borat responded, “It’s not against the law? Hmm.”
Talk then turned to Trump and the “cages” he’d been housing immigrant children in. However, the lady in question was having none of it and insisted: “He didn’t build those cages for the kids; they were just somewhere to keep them safe temporarily.
“It was like a camp-out. [Trump] fed them three times a day like he did his own children,” before she added that the president was a “humanitarian.”
Cohen also crashed another Trump supporter’s house, before admitting: “I am a racist and it’s nice.”
He ended the clip by talking to a man who had voted Republican about Melania Trump’s “pubus” before he was swiftly shut down.
Cohen’s “JKL!” appearance later saw the actor talk about going on a major pranking spree for his much-talked-about show “Who Is America?”
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