Seth Meyers Casts Bill Cosby, Ryan Gosling in Fake Donald Trump NBC Show 'Chicago President'

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Rosie O'Donnell is cast as ISIS, says Meyers.

Seth Meyers wants Donald Trump to drop out of the presidential race in exchange for a TV series in which he plays a fictional president.

Meyers mentioned the idea last week, but he said NBC — who has in "no way approved" this fictional show — hasn't heard back from Trump. "This is not a joke," said Meyers, addressing Trump. "To entice you to do the show, we've come up with some casting ideas."

In this make-believe show, called Chicago President, Megan Fox would play Trump's first lady because she's "gorgeous, sexy, classy, and most importantly, not age-appropriate." However, after a few seasons, they would replace her with someone younger since she's already 30.

Michael Cera would play Paul Ryan so that Trump can "bully him by calling him stuff like 'little guy' or 'puny Paul'" and show him who's boss. Kevin James would be Trump's vice president, Bradley Cooper would be young Trump and Ryan Gosling would be older Trump. 

"Just for you, ISIS will be played by Rosie O'Donnell," continued Meyers. He said Harrison Ford would be cast as Hillary Clinton because in Trump's show, Clinton "has been indicted for her emails and is a fugitive."

Then came the big reveal. President Obama would be played by Bill Cosby," said Meyers, which was met by groans from the audience.

"If that doesn't make you want to drop out of the race and star in a TV show to play the president instead, I don't know what will," he said.