Nearly every day since her first video on April 23, Cooper goes viral with her lip-sync impersonations of the president's own words. Cooper, who's made appearances on Ellen and Jimmy Fallon's Tonight Show, is already taking meetings to see what her next move will be in Hollywood. According to The Hollywood Reporter, "there’s interest in Cooper from studios, streamers, production companies and publishers across a variety of genres and disciplines from scripted and unscripted to TV, features, podcasts and books." Cooper has a history with standup comedy -- which she gave up to work at Google -- and with the Stephen Colbert-produced pilot Old News. Cooper says her Trump impressions may have struck a nerve because she comes from “a lower status and lower power perspective" unlike, say, Alec Baldwin and his SNL Trump impersonation. “He hates Trump so much that you can’t empathize so much," she says of Baldwin. TV critic Daniel Fienberg explains why Cooper's performance is so unique, recently tweeting: "There's a tendency to reduce what Sarah does to 'lip-synching President Trump,' but all of the best parts in this video come from the editing and acting around the central Trumpian performance. And the punctuation at the end."