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Trump Announces Foreign Policy Move With Game of Thrones Meme

05 November 2018

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Whitehouse joins the recently cast Naomi Watts for the Game of Thrones prequel, which centers around Westeros' descent from its Golden Age of Heroes into the long, dark night that shapes the land's history forever.

As perhaps the one piece of contemporary popular culture that appeals equally to red and blue America, Game of Thrones has always been a political Rorschach test.

The tweet even prompted a response from the makers of the television series, with HBO stating that it would prefer if the Commander-in-Chief refrained from using their trademark.

Like this story? Share it with a friend! The words are styled in a font clearly drawn from Game of Thrones branding, which makes it obvious that the phrasing comes from "Winter Is Coming", the words of House Stark and one of the show's most memorable refrains.

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"But still he is so young to consider among the world's best players", the coach said. Now you have the feeling, where is the goal and go over there.

All of this drama is said to set us up for the battle of all battles in a confrontation with the Army of the Dead.

As for HBO, it isn't amused by Trump's fantasy poster. English actress Sophie Turner, who will soon star in Marvel's Dark Phoenix, aka.

The network further took to Twitter - Trump's favorite communication channel - and asked how to say "trademark misuse" in Dothraki, one of the show's fictional languages. This will also likely be a reunion of sorts for Tyrion Lannister and his "wife" Sansa Stark because they were never divorced but rather she fled King's Landing following the death of Joffrey Baratheon. In that darkness the White Walkers came for the first time. "Trump has not hidden his intentions to pull the US out of the nuclear arms deal, an agreement he's labeled the "worst" in history". Trump said he played it for the North Korean leader.

He also encouraged his 1.15million followers to go out and vote by setting his cover photo to the date of this month's midterms with a slogan which said: 'Fear cuts deeper than swords'.

Trump Announces Foreign Policy Move With Game of Thrones Meme