Trump lip-syncher Sarah Cooper roasts president in late-night monologue: ‘And they said a female president would be too emotional?’

Clémence Michallon
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YouTube / Jimmy Kimmel Live
YouTube / Jimmy Kimmel Live

Sarah Cooper, the comedian whose Donald Trump lip-synchs have been watched millions of times on social media, roasted the president in a special monologue for Jimmy Kimmel’s show.

Cooper stepped in as the guest host of Jimmy Kimmel Live on Tuesday night.

As part of her opening monologue, she played an excerpt from one of her past clips, in which she lip-synched some of Trump’s comments about taking a cognitive test.

“I actually took one [test], when I – very recently, when I was – you know, the radical left was saying, ‘Is he all there is he all there?’ and I proved I was all there because I aced it. I aced the test,” Trump says in the clip.

After the video played, Cooper mused: “And they said a female president would be too emotional. 'Once a month, she’ll go crazy,’ they said. Can you imagine a president who only goes crazy once a month?”

Cooper’s videos rose to viral acclaim in April when she lip-synched some of Trump’s coronavirus remarks.

According to Variety, the comedian is now set to have her own special on Netflix, titled Sarah Cooper: Everything's Fine and directed by Natasha Lyonne.

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