When I first watched the clip, I really thought that it was another Borat promotional, but after a few seconds, I realized that it was actually the real thing. Many men were in suits, moms, dads and grandparents were there with their young kids in tow, clearly, not a lynch mob wielding pitch forks. At least not judging from the dress code.
He’s a natural, standing out at every public gathering—in the fitness club, on the golf course, at church and synagogue. He is jovial and funny, the toast of the party, a real screamer. Always the first to introduce himself, reaching across the room with a friendly and firm handshake.