Writer and comedian Sarah Cooper. AP
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Comedian Sarah Cooper, who rose to fame for her videos in which she lip-synced Donald Trump’s comments, says she’s “done” with the routine, reports The Independent.
In a preview piece, CBS reported that Cooper had decided to turn a new leaf now that Joe Biden and Kamala Harris are about to take up their jobs at the White House.
“I think I found a way to lampoon him that was different and interesting,” she told.
“But I think we're done … We're done, we're not going to see any more. I feel like I kind of have to use it as a propellant, but I also have to escape it in a way. Like, I don't want to be known as the ‘lip-syncing girl.’”
Cooper’s videos rose to viral fame at the onset of the coronavirus pandemic. Her videos proved a strikingly efficient way to highlight the absurdity of Trump’s various remarks.
“What my videos did was take all that away and say, ‘Listen to what he's saying. Listen to what he's not saying. ‘Cause, really, he's not saying ‘anything,’” Cooper told CBS.
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