Late-night host Jimmy Kimmel gave a political monologue Tuesday night, where he suggested that we “make America Great Britain again” as a response to President TrumpDonald John TrumpEx-ethics chief calls on Trump to end 'monstrous' migrant policies Laura Bush blasts Trump migrant policy as 'cruel' and 'immoral' US denies report of coalition airstrike on Syria MORE’s actions.

The host said on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” Tuesday night that the president is “completely unhinged” and that his press conference Tuesday was “15 minutes of unprecedented insanity.”

On the show, Kimmel brought up Trump’s explanation for his Charlottesville response in a press conference Tuesday, when he said he “likes to know the facts” before he makes a statement. Kimmel then refuted it by mentioning how Trump accused former President Barack ObamaBarack Hussein ObamaShould President Trump, like President Obama, forsake human rights in pursuit of the deal with a tyrant? Obama shares summer reading list ‘Three Californias’ plan would give Dems more seats MORE of being born in Kenya and how Trump claimed Sen. Ted CruzRafael (Ted) Edward CruzUS-China trade war is just the start of the struggle for global order Dem lawmaker: Migrant family separation policy 'is on all of us' Cruz wins charity basketball challenge against Jimmy Kimmel MORE’s (R-Texas) father was involved in President John F. Kennedy's assassination.

“I think we might need an alt-president right now,” he said.

Kimmel then said that the country should “get creative” and proposed making Trump the first king of the United States. He compared it to the queen of England, who has “no power at all.”

“That’s what we need to do with Donald Trump: We need to set him up in a castle, maybe in Florida, lead him to the top, and then lock the door to that castle. Forever,” he said. “Everyone can call him 'Your Highness.'”

He then spoke directly to Trump supporters, saying that he understands that they wanted to vote for someone who is different and would shake things up in Washington.

“But you’ve been trying to ignore it, because you don’t want to admit to these smug, annoying liberals that they were right,” he said to the Trump voters. “That’s the last thing you want to do. But the truth is, deep down inside, you know you made a mistake.”

He advised them not to “dig in like Chris Christie at a Hometown Buffet,” but instead to treat the president like “Star Wars” wallpaper in the kitchen: “All right, I got caught up, I was excited, I made a mistake. And now it needs to go.” 

“You know, everyone’s asking if Trump’s going to last four years. I’m wondering if any of us are going to last four years,” he added.