Seth Meyers shares fake ‘Fox & Friends’ job that requires ‘fluency in Russian’

NBC's "Late Night with Seth Meyers" mocked President TrumpDonald John TrumpTrump's newest Russia adviser, Andrew Peek, leaves post: report Hawley expects McConnell's final impeachment resolution to give White House defense ability to motion to dismiss Trump rips New York City sea wall: 'Costly, foolish' and 'environmentally unfriendly idea' MORE and Fox News on Thursday with a fake job posting for the morning show "Fox & Friends" which purports to be hiring a new "Head Blonde" for the show.

"Fox & Friends" is currently searching for a new head writer, according to an announcement making the rounds on social media this week.

In a tweet posted Thursday afternoon containing an image of a fake job application, "Late Night's" Twitter account said Fox News was looking for applicants who "failed journalism school, lack a moral compass or have a passion for blaming Hillary [Clinton]."


"You will oversee all fake news content on the #1 National Cable Morning Show in White House Bedrooms. You will supervise a team of Liar-Producers to craft the sky-is-falling tone a fast-paced show in denial," the job application reads. Requirements for the position include "fluency in Russian" as well as "a passion for thinly veiled racism."

Other responsibilities listed for the position include finding "new and creative ways to bring up [former President] Obama's birth certificate" and "identifying catchy lies that will keep on their toes."

Meyers's show also took direct shots Trump, noting one responsibility to "keep our Dear Leader happy and tweeting" and "must be willing to work overnight and weekends with older, slobbery boss."

Trump is known to be a fan of the Fox News morning show and frequently praises its often-favorable coverage of his administration from his Twitter account.

Earlier this week, Trump commended the show's ratings success in a tweet, suggesting it was linked to positive news coverage of his White House.

"Thank you to @foxandfriends for exposing the truth. Perhaps that’s why your ratings are soooo much better than your untruthful competition!" Trump wrote to his 47.4 million followers on Monday.