The creators of "Game of thrones" joke after meme trump

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The creators of "Game of thrones" joke after meme trump

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Arya Stark and Donald Trump.

The image that Trump tweeted featured the date of November 5. Hopefully, there will be enough characters alive by the end of the final season to deal with the coming apocalypse promised by the White Walkers. Now, this very automatically generates a single idea.

"Winter is coming" is a famous catchphrase from the popular drama series. This logically did not go down well with the show's creators.

Trump's message is a riff on "Winter is coming", a phrase repeated throughout the series.

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"Thank you, Mr President, for restoring sanctions against an Iranian regime that vows and works to destroy the Jewish state", Israeli Ambassador to the US Ron Dermer said in a tweet.

It had earlier released a statement to CNBC, HBO saying: "We were not aware of this messaging and would prefer our trademark not be misappropriated for political purposes".

In other corners of the social media platform, Trump's post was turned into a meme.

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Two of the show's cast also made their distain known. Although they have often carried a much lighter context than the president 's obnoxious remarks. Marco Rubio did use it when he announced that he was running for president in 2015.

"Trump! You must not threaten our nation and must not insult our president..."

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Iran too did not ignore the tweet.

Another just said: "Littlefingers", a pun on the character Littlefinger used to mock Trump for his allegedly tiny hands.

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HBO responded to Trump with a message of its own: Keep us out of it.

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