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15 Movie Presidents We Wish Were Real 

Chris Rock as presidential candidate and eventual President Mays Gilliam in Head of State (2003)

This Chris Rock vehicle (he wrote, directed and starred in it) has Rock's Mays Gilliam as a D.C. alderman until disaster strikes and he's plucked from the party pool. "If you work two jobs, and at the end of the week you got just enough money to get your broke ass home -- That ain't right!"
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Daniel Day Lewis as Abraham Lincoln (Lincoln) and Anthony Hopkins as Richard Nixon (Nixon) get all of the critical acclaim, but fake presidents, like Aaron Eckhart as President Benjamin Asher in this week's Olympus Has Fallen, exemplify ideals just as meaningful. Here are fifteen fake presidents we wish were real, even if only for a First 100 Days.

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Published on March 18, 2013

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