Ali G creator Sacha Baron Cohen has hinted that he is about to take on Donald Trump 15 years after the duo clashed in 2003.
The comedian teased the president on Independence Day by posting a video on Twitter that appears to be a trailer for a new project.
It begins by showing a Trump tweet celebrating the Fourth of July before a title reads: "A Message from Donald Trump", the Daily Mail reports.
An archive video of Trump attacking Cohen then plays, with the president branding the Englishman a "third-rate character".
Trump continues: "I only wish that he would've been punched in the face so many times right now, he'd be in a hospital."
Cohen's face slowly moves across the president's as he rants at the camera.
"It was disgraceful," the president adds. "He ought to be fired immediately."
Text then reads: "He's back. As you've never seen him before."
Trump continues ranting, adding: "Sacha Baron Cohen, go to school. Learn about being funny. You don't know s***."
The titles, which are shown over a US flag, then read: "Sacha graduates. Soon."
The video closes with the Trump University logo.
In 2003, the comedian - who also created Borat - interviewed the mogul in the guise of Ali G.
He asked Trump if he would be interested in investing in a business idea - gloves designed to catch dripping ice cream.
But Trump walked out of the interview after apparently realizing it was a joke.
He tweeted in 2012: "I never fall for scams. I am the only person who immediately walked out of my "Ali G" interview."
But in 2016, Cohen told James Corden that Trump actually stayed "for about seven minutes".