Sacha Baron Cohen teases a new Trump-related project

Sergio Cunningham
July 8, 2018

Michael Cohen on Wednesday dropped the reference "personal attorney to President Donald J. Trump" from his Twitter bio as the divide between them continues to widen.

Cohen, who once boasted he would "take a bullet" for Trump, told ABC's George Stephanopoulos last weekend that he now puts "family and country first" and that protecting the president is not his priority.

"Like most of America, I have been following the matter regarding Michael Cohen with great interest".

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A photo of Baron Cohen's face scrolls across the screen, followed by the text, "He's back as you've never seen him before".

As of Thursday, the page also noted that Cohen had terminated his employment as Trump's personal attorney and a special counsel at the Trump Organization. In his talk with Trump, Cohen tried to sell the future president on a ridiculous product called "ice cream gloves", that would protect wearers' hands from melting ice cream.

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"Cohen could have lots of different reasons for hiring Davis", said David Sklansky, a law professor at Stanford University.

Their longtime relationship has been under increased scrutiny since the Federal Bureau of Investigation raided Cohen's home, Manhattan office and hotel room in April.

Shayanne Gal/Business Insider; Alex Wong/Getty; Jonathan Ernst/ReutersSpecial Counsel Robert Mueller is investigating the Trump election campaign's possible ties to Russian Federation.

ABC News on July 2 published excerpts from an interview with Cohen in which he rejected Trump's description of special counsel Robert Mueller's probe as a "witch hunt".

Trump has distanced himself from Cohen, suggesting that the investigation has far more to do with Cohen's business dealings than anything Cohen did for the president.

It remains a mystery as to the exact nature of the project, but we can trust that it'll be amusing like (mostly) everything Cohen has ever put his hand to (*cough* The Dictator *cough*). Although Trump has denied the relationship, the payment was authorized on the eve of the 2016 presidential election.

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