An actress posing as Sacha Baron Cohen’s daughter in the new Borat movie was able to gain admittance to the White House last month – making it steps from the Oval Office and touring the press areas and grounds north of the White House.
The comedian tweeted out promo footage of the encounter hours after the release of his new film, which includes footage of a staged encounter with Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani that the comedian defended as a ‘honey trap.’
DailyMail.com was present at the White House when OANN correspondent Chanel Rion conducted an interview of the actress while being trailed back and forth by a camera and sound crew.
The Borat character posted footage of actress Mara Bakalova, who plays his daughter in Borat 2, being interviews by OANN’s Chanel Rion at the White House. A Marine stationed behind them indicates that the president was in the West Wing
The crew didn’t come with the correspondent, and is believed to be associated with the interview subject and actress.
The film character Borat tweeted out footage of the day-trip Friday, mocking what the account cast as a security breach.
‘Trump very careful who he let into his events and house. No Covid test necessary – High 5!’
He attached footage of Bulgarian actress Mara Bakalova, who in the movie plays Borat’s daughter Tutar Sagdiyev, being interviewed by Rion.
The Borat character mocks the conservative network as ‘most rigorous news source in America,’ and includes footage of Trump calling on ‘OAN’ and Rion claiming to have uncovered ‘multiple crimes’ in Ukraine committed by the Bidens.
The Borat Twitter account sent out the clip hours after the release of his new film
A DailyMail.com reporter spotted the unusual encounter at the White House
Bakalova also walked outside the north doors of the Palm Room, which leads to the Rose Garden
She visited the White House on a day Trump displayed charts intended to show a drop in spread of the coronavirus. Dr. Scott Atlas also was there
‘I know this because they take my daughter into the White House,’ he said – as the short video switches to footage shot on the north lawn with Bakalova. She also tours the White House briefing room, which is right outside the West Wing offices used by the president and his staff.
‘No need for security test or COVID test. They boring,’ he said.
It then shows Bakalova in character with dark hair apparently attending events with President Trump Donald Trump Jr.
She is shown clapping wildly while the president speaks. In a different cut, she shakes hands with the president’s eldest son and proclaims herself ‘a little bit nervous’ and ‘excited to meet you.’
It is spliced with footage of President Trump and his son at a different event, leaving it unclear whether the actress was there.
The Borat clip identifies the White House clip as September 20, although DailyMail.com obtained footage of the encounter on Sept. 16.
At the White House, she asks Rion: ‘Why is all of the fake journalists for the left, and none on the right?’
The footage with Don Jr. appears to have come during a Turning Point USA event.
Bakalov is 24, but her character in the movie is his 15 year old daughter.
Maria Bakalova is seen taking off the microphone of Rudy Giuliani in the new ‘Borat Subsequent Moviefilm,’ which will be released on Amazon Prime Friday
Rudy Giuliani leans back after actress Maria Bakalova takes his mic off and seemingly puts his hands down his pants
Maria Bakalova, who graduated from film school last year, has skyrocketed to international fame after it was revealed last night she honeytrapped Donald Trump’s senior lieutenant and former mayor of New York Giuliani in the new Borat movie
The White House did not immediately respond to questions about how the actress and potential crew got into the White House and whether there was a security breach.
It was the second time the movie ripped through U.S. politics, after the release of footage showing Borat’s ‘daughter’ in a hotel room with Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani.
In one scene, Giuliani falls back on a bed after she removes his microphone after getting pranked into an interview. He briefly puts his hands in his pants, but the former New York mayor said he was simply tucking in his shirt after it got messed up when the microphone was being removed.
Sacha Baron Cohen stepped back into his Borat character on social media on Thursday to comically defend the scene.
The comedian released the highly anticipated sequel ‘Borat Subsequent Moviefilm’ Thursday evening around 8pm, just one hour before the second presidential debate and one day before its scheduled release date.