Borat is back and he has an urgent message about Donald Trump—he's not real.
The infamous comical character created by Sacha Baron Cohen took the stage Wednesday night on Jimmy Kimmel Live! to deliver some unexpected news to the late-night host, including the fact that his "frivolous nincompoop" creator is up to his old tricks by adding a new character to his improv lineup.
"This man is a real pain in my exit hole," he said of Cohen. "His characters are very, very offensive, Ali G, Bruno and his new one Donald Trump."
Jimmy Kimmel was quick to jump to Borat's remark. "You're saying Donald Trump is a Sacha Baron Cohen character?"
"Yes, and a very unbelievable one," Borat responded. "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."
"He don't even look real," he continued. "Cohen have spent all the money on orange paint for face and he leave no money for wig. Now I know what happen to Pamela Anderson's pubis. It is on his head!"
While Kimmel asserted that the Republican presidential hopeful is indeed a real person, Borat simply could not believe it.
"Then Donald Trump is an absolute Kimmel," Borat declared, referring to his earlier quip about the host's name meaning "lady's vajine."
Once that settled, Borat took the time to introduce the trailer for Cohen's latest film venture, The Brothers Grimsby, which chronicles the separation and reunion of two brothers, one of whom grows up to be a high-profile spy while the other ends up a very simple family man.
The film stars Cohen as one of the lead brothers, as well as his wife Isla Fisher, Mark Strong, Rebel Wilson and Penélope Cruz.
It will debut in theaters nationwide on March, 11, 2016—unless you'll be joining Borat and his sidekick, Azamat, in a boycott of the "new disgusting movie film."