Creativity HBO rebukes Trump for tweeting a Game of Thrones meme

Angelo Anderson
April 20, 2019

"For the haters and radical left democrats - GAME OVER". "I gave my social team a lot credit because they had a very snarky little subtweet that said, "How do you say trademark infringement in Dothraki?' And that got a lot of press coverage".

President Trump on Thursday turned to "Game of Thrones" for inspiration as he mocked his political opponents ahead of the release of the special counsel's report on the Russian Federation investigation - declaring that it was "Game Over" for them.

According to CNN, Mueller's report found that - regarding the accusation that Trump's team colluded with Russian Federation - "members of the Trump campaign knew they would benefit from Russia's illegal actions to influence the election, but didn't take criminal steps to help".

As you can see, the words "game over" are written in an extremely GoT font, making this the second time the president has used the HBO show to publicize his agenda. In November, he tweeted a typically idiotic "Sanctions are coming" meme, followed by "The Wall is coming" in January.


"The president wastes no time borrowing HBO's font to issue a divisive 2020 campaign message", Christina Wilkie tweeted.

Game of Thrones is without a doubt the most popular TV series in the world right now, and has been, for a while.

Trump posted the image after Attorney General Bill Barr again declared Trump free and clear of any suspicion of conspiracy as Barr prepared to release a redacted version of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's official report on his two year probe. "And he's grown up just as petulant and irrational as he was when he was 13 in the books".

Since returning at the start of the week, the HBO fantasy epic has been met with major excitement from fans across the globe.

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