Yes, the highly-controversial presidential hopeful is portrayed as getting the disease in the new comedic film, contracting it from none other than a look-alike Daniel Radcliffe. Though it won't open in U.S. theaters until next week, people in the U.K. have already had the opportunity to watch and respond to the scandalous scene, and let's just say the reaction is not in favor of Trump.
According to the U.K.'s Daily Telegraph, the scene has encouraged massive cheers, applause and even a standing ovation—not something you typically hear when a character contracts a deadly virus, which goes to show just how much hullabaloo the hotel mogul has sparked beyond U.S. borders.
However, Baron Cohen's films are known to spark similar debate both politically and socially due to his comedic sarcasm. So when E! News chatted with the comedian and producer at the premiere of the film, he continued in jest.
"The only person who would ban Muslims is someone with a brain like a female chicken," the actor said. "It is clearly a parody of a rich American racist."
He continued, "He don't even look real!"
The Brothers Grimsby hits theaters March 11.