Conan O'Brien staged a late-night phone call with Donald Trump, and we're not so sure the sketch played out any differently than a conversation with the president would in real life.
The TBS star started off the hilarious bit by flashing the graphic of Trump's favorite show, "Fox & Friends," on the screen to bait POTUS into calling in and confusing him with Fox News star Steve Doocy.
"Did you see my rally last night?" the spot-on Trump impersonator asked. "I played all the big hits: jobs, Rocket Man, MS-13, witch hunt. The crowd went crazy, I really think I could win this election."
"Sir, you already won the election. You're the president," Conan reminded his guest.
"Wow, you know what, that's great, Steve. You see that? That's why you're my favorite news channel," the faux Trump said. "You're not fake news. You're better than fake news. You're like fake fake news."
Of course the news of the day was Paul Manafort being found guilty on eight charges after a trial, while Trump's former personal attorney Michael Cohen struck a plea deal on eight criminal offenses.
When Conan pressed the faux president on the developments in the investigation, his response was classic Trump: "Totally agree Steve, NFL players should stand for our national anthem. Lock her up! Lock her up!"