Sacha Baron Cohen's iconic Borat character is set to return for a sequel just in time for the US presidential election, and what appears to be his latest trailer was timed perfectly with Joe Biden and Donald Trump's first debate.
A teaser clip was released by the 'Republic of Kazakhstan' Twitter account, which Cohen is thought to be behind, in which Trump is praised for being the "strongest premier in history".
The tongue-in-cheek montage of the president is narrated by Borat, who dubs him a "protector of women", while footage of Trump and Jeffrey Epstein pointing at a group of women on a dance floor plays.
"He not racist [sic]," the voice over continues. "Black guys love him so much, they kneel before him," Borat adds, over a photo of NFL player Colin Kaepernick and teammates taking a knee in protest against racism and police brutality.
Trump's response to the COVID-19 pandemic isn't spared either, with Borat stating: "Biden's breath so bad, he forced to wear mask [sic]."
"Because of Trump, 250 million Americans still alive [sic]," the voice over continues, in an apparent reference to the approximately 200,000 US citizens that have died from coronavirus.
Viewers are urged "vote for Premier Trump, or you will be crush [sic]," while the website www.KazakhsAgainstForeignMeddling.kz shows on screen.
According to Deadline, the sequel to Baron Cohen's wildly successful 2006 comedy flick Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan is expected to hit Amazon Prime in late October, right before the US election on November 3.