It’s been nearly a decade since British actor and satirist Sacha Baron Cohen retired arguably his most famous comic creation ‘Borat’, following the hit movie of the same name for which he won a Golden Globe in 2007.

However, Cohen briefly revived the Kazakh journalist for an appearance on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live!’ on Wednesday night (December 9th), in which he poked fun at Donald Trump and introduced the world to a new character with a trailer for upcoming spy comedy movie The Brothers Grimsby.

BoratSacha Baron Cohen brought back 'Borat' for one night only, in order to mock Donald Trump

While introducing a clip from the new film, out March 11th 2016, Borat self-referentially listed a number of other Cohen characters and included Trump in that number, declaring them to be “very offensive”.

Having been told, to his great surprise, that Republican presidential hopeful is actually a real person, Borat told Kimmel: “The only person who would ban Muslims is someone with a brain like a female chicken. It is clearly a parody of a rich American racist!”

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This follows the billionaire real estate magnate’s latest controversial remarks, in which he proposed a ban on all Muslims entering the United States until security services “can figure out what is going on”.

Cohen’s comedy creations have all had cartoonish prejudices, effectively acting as bait in order to draw out the real hatred in other people his characters meet who aren’t in on the joke.

His new movie, The Brothers Grimsby, follows a wrongfully accused MI6 agent, played by Kingsman: The Secret Service star Mark Strong, who joins forces with his idiotic, hooligan long-lost brother (played by Cohen) in order to solve a plot that threatens the world.

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