The full clip of Rudy Giuliani in the Borat sequel shows him asking for the number and home address of actress Maria Bakalova, before attempting to flee from Sacha Baron Cohen.
‘I don’t want you!' former New York City mayor shouts at Sacha Baron Cohen.
Borat Subsequent Moviefilm was released early on Amazon Prime Video on 22 October, just one hour before the final presidential debate between President Donald Trump
and Democratic challenger Joe Biden
In the film, Mr Giuliani, the former mayor of New York City and the president’s personal lawyer, is interviewed by 24-year-old actress Maria Bakalova, playing Tutar, Borat’s daughter and fake conservative TV show host.
After the fake interview in the hotel room is completed, Ms Bakalova as Tutar, invites Mr Giuliani to have a drink with her in the adjourning bedroom, where there are cameras set up, unknown to the former mayor.
Mr Giuliani follows her into the bedroom, and appears to touch her neck as he helps her take off a piece of recording equipment before he then sits down on the bed.
He then says to Tutar: “You can give me your phone number and your address,” before tapping her multiple times on her waist.
Tutar then helps pull Mr Giuliani’s shirt up out of his trousers so that she can take his microphone used for the fake interview off.
After she takes the microphone away, Mr Giuliani reaches into his trousers and appears to be tucking his shirt back in while lying on the bed.
Borat, a fictional Kazakh journalist played by Baron Cohen, then enters the hotel room in a blonde wig and women’s underwear and shouts: “She’s 15, she’s too old for you!” and Mr Giuliani asks: “Why are you dressed like that?”
“She’s my daughter, please take me instead,” Borat says, as Mr Giuliani replies: “I don’t want you!” and leaves the hotel room.
As Borat continues to shout at Mr Giuliani in order to convince him, the 76-year-old walks down the hotel’s hallway and asks two people who appear to be his security: “Who is this guy?”
As Mr Giuliani continues to walk away, Borat shouts at him: “Rudy, Trump will be disappoint. You are leaving hotel without golden shower.”
After a screenshot of the film, where Mr Giuliani was lying back on the bed, was circulated on social media on Thursday, the former mayor denied he did anything inappropriate.
“The Borat video is a complete fabrication. I was tucking in my shirt after taking off the recording equipment,” Mr Giuliani said.
He added: “At no time before, during, or after the interview was I ever inappropriate. If Sacha Baron Cohen implies otherwise he is a stone-cold liar.”