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Borat 2 deleted scene shows Borat's daughter getting into the White House

Louise McCreesh
·2-min read
Photo credit: Amazon Prime Video
Photo credit: Amazon Prime Video

From Digital Spy

A deleted scene from Borat Subsequent Moviefilm has revealed that Borat's daughter got into the White House.

The sequel, which dropped on Amazon Prime Video on Friday (October 23), follows disgraced reporter Borat (Sacha Baron Cohen) as he travels back to the US to restore the reputation of Kazakhstan by marrying his daughter Tutar Sagdiyev (Maria Bakalova) to a member of President Donald Trump's administration.

Amid the many shocking moments, including a fateful hotel room incident with former New York mayor Rudy Giuliani, one big scene was deleted.

It saw Tutar successfully enter the White House.

Photo credit: Amazon Prime Video
Photo credit: Amazon Prime Video

Related: Borat 2's most shocking moments – did they really happen?

Posted to Borat's official Twitter account (below) on the day of the film's release, the scene in question sees Tutar infiltrate a press conference held by Trump in the White House alongside right-wing media site One America News Network on September 20 this year.

While Tutar and Trump never come into direct contact, the 52-second clip does show Tutar having a conversation with Donald Trump Jr at a campaign event.

The video's caption also hints Tutar actress Maria Bakalova was not required to take a COVID-19 test before entering the White House.

"Trump very careful who he let into his events and house," Borat wrote.

"No Covid test necessary - High 5!"

Borat Subsequent Moviefilm is available to watch now on Amazon Prime Video.

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