Sacha Baron Cohen is at it again.
The "Borat" comedian tricked congressman Ron Paul into making an appearance in his upcoming new movie -- and the angered Texas Republican says he probably owes his supporters an apology for not socking Cohen.
Cohen, who plays a gay Austrian fashion reporter in the upcoming movie "Bruno," posed as an economic reporter last summer seeking an interview and Paul had no idea he was being set up for a spoof seduction.
The Texan, in an interview this week with ABC Radio's Curtis Sliwa, said they were not in a hotel room but "in a studio situation," in a room that was fixed up to look like a bedroom.
"I was expecting an interview on Austrian economics," Paul said. "But by the time he started pulling his pants down, I . . . ran out of the room. This interview has ended."
Paul said that "when this all gets out, I'm probably going to have to apologize to my supporters because I think most of them are going to figure out why in the world didn't I sock this guy in the nose?"
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