It is possible that it is a smorgasbord of aircraft bits, of course.
I think the short answer is it's not a real aircraft. It looks like a prop. It bears the closest resemblance to me to the McDonnell Douglass F-4 Phantom II, but shares a few commonalities with the Hunter also (might be a prop built around the remains of N-202 as suggested above?).
One indicator it might be a F-4 is the inverted-teardrop-shaped flat front cockpit glass which was common on US fighter aircraft of the era such as the F-4, A-6 Intruder (in a distinctive side-by-side pair) and F-14 Tomcat which allowed a clear FoV for the HUD, but this glass shape was also fitted on a lot of Hunters for the same purpose, and the cockpit itself looks very Hunter-shaped and is only a single-seater.
Another is the large side intakes on the fuselage with the 'barge board' up against the cockpit (I don't know the actual term). The scale and proportion of these are not particularly accurate to the F-4, but the shape is very distinctive.
The nose also has the wrong profile and taper for a Hunter, but it might have been altered to look more 'modern'. It looks a lot more like a F-4 Phantom nose with the black nose cone being a common feature on early F-4s.
In the lower picture it also looks like it has a catapult bar on the nose gear (although the gear itself doesn't look carrier grade!)
Obvious 'not and F-4' things are lack of the tandem 2-seater cockpit, I can't see well in the screen-grab but it looks like the wing profiles are way off.
EDIT: Looking more deeply into it, it may also have drawn inspiration from the Avro Arrow and British TSR-2 prototypes.
Definitely a 'smorgasbord of aircraft bits' and a lot of imagination that's sort of an F-4 but not really!