The Great War is not only happening in Westeros, but also on Twitter between HBO and the President
Donald Trump. The US television channel asked the president of the United States to stop using the huge popularity of Game Of Thrones for political purposes.
Although it has never been confirmed that Donald Trump is a fan of Game Of Thrones, the president uses the police and aesthetic codes of the HBO series to stage on Twitter and get his messages across.
– Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) April 18, 2019
In a tweet published on Thursday, Donald Trump staged a backstage in heavy fog. In legend, it is written: "Neither collusion. No obstruction. For hate people and far-left Democrats "and a huge" Game over ". This "meme" refers to the
Mueller report, namely the investigation into possible Russian interference in Donald Trump's presidential campaign in 2016.
HBO reacted in a statement sent to The Hollywood Reporter : "Although we can understand the enthusiasm for Game Of Thrones now that the last season has arrived, we still prefer that our intellectual property not be used for political purposes. "
This is not the first time the politician has used the HBO series. In November, the US head of state had tweeted a photo with the mention " penalties are coming "(" Sanctions come ") in reference to the cult replica of the series" winter is coming "(" Winter is coming "), which evokes the arrival of the White Walkers south of the Wall.
– Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 2, 2018
The series stages the power games between different rivals to ascend the iron throne. In writing game over In the manner of the fantastic medieval series, Donald Trump wants both to take advantage of the immense popularity of the show and to tell his opponents that he is undeniable, or rather that he is not destitute. In the meantime, it seems like Donald Trump is persona non grata on the throne currently occupied by Cersei Lannister.