'Borat 2': Donald Trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani trapped in a (very) compromising position

According to several media, Donald Trump's personal lawyer was filmed in a very awkward position in the next 'Borat'.

Borat, the fictional Kazakh journalist played by British comedian Sacha Baron Cohen, will be back on Amazon Prime on October 23. And that's not great news for Donald Trump, his supporters, but also his personal lawyer and former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani. According to The Guardian, the former city councilor appears in Sacha Baron Cohen's new film in a delicate position.

In the sequel to the famous "Borat", the personal lawyer of the President of the United States is filmed putting his hands in his pants to touch his genitals as he lies down on a bedroom bed hotel in the presence of the actress who plays Borat's sister. In this scene, the young woman poses as a journalist.

According to The Guardian, it all starts with an interview for a fake conservative news channel. Then the fake journalist suggests that Rudy Giuliani go up to a hotel room, full of hidden cameras, for a drink. After having his microphone removed by the fake reporter, Giuliani lays down on the bed and begins to put the corn in his pants and touch his private parts. A little later, the two are interrupted by Borat who enters the room and says to Giuliani: "She is 15! She is too old for you".

Rudy Giuliani responded on Twitter saying this was all "a complete invention". "I tucked my shirt into my pants after removing the recording equipment." “At no time before, during, or after the interview have I behaved inappropriately,” he defends himself. "If Sacha Baron Cohen is implying anything else, he is a real liar."

Last July, he told the New York Post that he believed he was answering questions about the Trump administration's handling of the pandemic. "It wasn't until later that I realized that it must have been Sacha Baron Cohen. I thought about all the people he had fooled before me and I was proud of myself because that he did not have me, "assured the former mayor of New York to the newspaper, adding to be" a fan of certain films "of the comedian.

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