The 36-second clip sees the US President slam the comedian, saying: This third rate character named Sacha Baron Cohen.
"Sacha Baron Cohen, go to school, learn about being amusing", Trump adds.
Trump - then just a real estate mogul - said in 2012 that he immediately walked out of the interview on "Da Ali G Show" because he knew it was a scam. As the footage below makes quite clear, that's patently false.
Cohen and Trump have a history of mocking each other that dates back to the early 2000s.
It shows an archive clip of Trump from the desk in his former office in Trump Tower, explaining how he'd like Baron Cohen to be "punched in the face so many times, he'd be in the hospital".
A majority of Cohen's movies take some political stance on current events in comedic ways. "It was disgraceful. He ought to be fired". Or will the project skew closer to a mockumentary about the failed "university" itself?
Who knows what it all means but, for the record, Baron Cohen did go to school to learn about being amusing. "Sacha graduates." A logo for Trump's sham educational program Trump University (for which the President settled a $25 million dollar class action lawsuit) is then shown.
Cohen also gave Trump (and Daniel Radcliffe) AIDS in an admittedly pretty low-brow gag in the movie The Brothers Grimsby, with Sony, the movie's producers insisting on a disclaimer at the end of the film. Regardless of your political stance regarding President Trump, there's no denying that Sacha Baron Cohen is a master of comedy and is sure to bring out a number of humorous points in his next project.