In an interview with “Late Night” host Seth Meyers, Cooper said she was “so happy” and “more relieved than anything” that Democratic nominee Joe Biden had defeated Trump ― but she admitted to being worried last Tuesday, as the election hung in the balance, that her viral clips would cease to be funny.
“If he was actually able to escape everything that we’ve tried to get rid of him, including me with these videos trying to point out to everyone how he was completely incompetent, then these videos would just be sad,” she said.
“But now that he’s lost, they’re even more hysterical,” added Cooper, whose Netflix special “Everything’s Fine” debuted last month. “I’m very relieved for that.”
She also recalled why, in 2017, way before she started posting the taunting videos of Trump, the president had blocked her on Twitter — after she tweeted that he was “unfit for office.”
“It’s very sad. He’s very fragile, a very sensitive man. I can’t imagine what he’s going through right now,” she joked.
Check out the full interview here:
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