"A message from your President [Donald Trump] on Independence Day", Baron Cohen captioned the video.
Michael Cohen, the former personal attorney to Donald Trump, has removed all mention of the president from his social media biographies, further stoking theories that he is ready to turn on the president in an ongoing criminal investigation.
"I do not expect that Michael Cohen is going to lie", Giuliani said on CNN's "State of the Union". "As an attorney, I have talked to Michael many times in the last two weeks. Then I read his words published on July 2, and I recognized his sincerity", Davis said in a statement.
Cohen and Trump have a history of mocking each other that dates back to the early 2000s. While it's possible that his tweet was merely a joke, it was set up like a teaser trailer, which leads viewers to believe that this will indeed be his next project.
These sources would not comment on whether Petrillo has been meeting with prosecutors in NY and referred inquiries about any potential case to Petrillo.
Sacha Baron Cohen made his name through putting important people through squirm-inducing interviews at the start of the Noughties, and now it looks like the British comedian could be back on the pranks in a new show.
Cohen's Twitter bio previously identified him as the "personal attorney to President Donald J. Trump", with an image of Cohen standing on a Trump campaign podium as his banner image.
ABC News also reported that once Cohen's new legal team takes over the case, the joint defense agreement that allows lawyers of both parties to share information and documents will come to an end.
If you're a liberal in Hollywood and your career isn't working out, there's a simple solution: Attack President Donald Trump.
What follows is archive footage of President Trump launching into a huge rant about Sacha, of whom he clearly is not a fan.
"If you care about Donald Trump, you ought to be anxious", said MSNBC analyst David Corn about the move.
The whole project ended in a fiasco for Trump as it was the subject of several class action lawsuits that were settled in favour of the complainants to the tune of $25 million.
He likewise broke with Trump's criticism of federal investigators.
Cohen, who has not been charged with any crimes, and Petrillo did not immediately respond to requests from Reuters for comment.