Sarah Cooper outtrumps Trump’s cognitive test

(Brooklyn’s Sarah Cooper has exploded lip syncing the President)

These days when President Donald Trump does something, or speaks to the media, one doesn’t know who will react first. Will it be The Lincoln Project with another biting political ad? Or will it be Brooklyn-based comedian Sarah Cooper with another scathingly funny lip sync?

After the President’s weeklong not-so-humble brag about his recent test results, which are meant to determine cognitive decline, Cooper won handily with a new video.

Here, Cooper takes some of the President’s more bizarre comments during a very bizarre Fox News interview and skewers him. First, Trump/Cooper explains how difficult the test is and how he aced it.

“So the last time I was at the hospital, probably a year ago, a little less than a year ago, I asked the doctor, I said, is there some kind of a cognitive test that I could take because I’ve been hearing about it. Because I want to shut these people up. ”

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Trump/Cooper then describes how the administering doctors had him remember a string of words at various points during the test.

“I said to the doctor, it was Dr. Ronny Jackson, I said, is there some kind of a test, an acuity test, and he said there actually is. And he named it, whatever it might be, and it was thirty or thirty five questions, The first questions are very easy, the last questions are much more difficult. Like a memory question, it’s like you’ll go, ‘person, woman, man, camera, TV.’ So they say, could you repeat that? So I said yeah, so it’s ‘person, woman, man, camera, TV.’”

In her video, Cooper acted all this out in LOL fashion as well as playing the role of someone having to listen to what sounds like visiting Grandpa at a nursing home.

The visual gag at the end is scary and splendid.

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Cooper’s video already has 1.5 million views and growing. You can follow her here.


Colin Costello is the West Coast Editor of Reel 360. Contact him at or follow him on Twitter at @colinthewriter1