Anderson Cooper has unleashed his quick-witted response to Donald Trump's latest plea for more votes, and we can't get enough...

Now, we all know that CNN's Anderson Cooper isn't a fan of Donald Trump...

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And he's made his opinions of the president very clear over the last 4 years.

And more recently, the journalist has stunned his viewers after brutally tearing apart the president following that leaked phone call...

But they didn't disagree!

Now, Anderson Cooper was born into a prominent New York City family in 1967.

He went on to study at the prestigious Yale University and, after earning a B.A. in political science, he got a job as a fact-checker for Channel One News - a news program broadcast in many American middle and high schools.

During his time there, he decided to go off on his own venture.

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Cooper forged a press pass and traveled to Southeast Asia, where he self-produced coverage of the political turmoil in Myanmar, as per Britannica.

After seeing his work, Channel One decided to air his pieces...

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And later, promoted Cooper as its chief international correspondent.

Cooper has had an extremely lucrative career in journalism...

And he's a face that we're all familiar with seeing on our screens.

In 1994, he landed one of his biggest gigs yet.

The star joined ABC as a reporter eventually went on to coanchoring World News Now, the network’s overnight news program.

However, in 2000, Cooper's career took a slight detour.

The star made the decision to leave news reporting to host ABC’s prime-time reality television show The Mole.

But, of course...

It wasn't long until he returned to the newsroom once more. In 2001, he took the job as a reporter for CNN, and just 2 years later, he became the anchor of his own program - Anderson Cooper 360°.

Of course, he didn't stop there...

At the same time as anchoring his own show, he was still regularly contributing to CNN’s Newsnight.

Yet in the last 4 years, the broadcaster has become known for something different...

And that's not being afraid to publically slate the president of the United States, Donald Trump.

He's very clearly not a fan of Trump's...

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And Cooper has consistently criticized Trump's abilities to run the country throughout his presidency, especially when it comes to his handling of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Now, we're all aware of that leaked phone call between Trump and Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger.

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Trump was clearly heard urging Raffensperger to alter the outcome of the presidential vote in the state of Georgia, saying, "I just want to find 11,780 votes."

“I only need 11,000 votes. Fellas, I need 11,000 votes. Give me a break," Trump could be hear begging.

Utterly scandalous.

Predictably, people have had a lot to say about the president's fraudulent actions...

And of course, Cooper is one of those people.

On Monday, Cooper mocked Trump’s increasingly desperate attempts to steal the election...

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And people completely agreed with what he had to say.

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Of course, he talked about Trump’s call with Raffensperger...

And how the president urged his fellow Republicans to “find" him the remaining votes he would need to make a comeback in the election.

He directly mocked the president.

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“That is the great negotiator? The great dealmaker? That’s the ‘Art of the Deal?’" asked Cooper, who said Trump had "the impulse control of a refrigerator magnet." “This is a scared bully pushed into a corner of his own making desperately trying to get out," he continued.

Cooper then went on to describe the conversation just like “speaking to a child."

Well, it's safe to say that we can understand why. Keep scrolling for more on the leaked phone call scandal...