There's never a quiet moment in the White House, and today proves no different.
US President Donald Trump referenced HBO fantasy hit Game of Thrones to back up his border wall plans, and BOY did it fail.
He essentially brought his parody poster, which was an image of himself (of course) with the phrase 'sanctions are coming' scrawled across it in classic GOT style.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 2, 2018
The sanctions are in reference to his notorious border wall proposal, which he wants to block off access from Mexico and various South American countries to the States.
The wall is set to cost over $25 BILLION if it's given the green light, and will also stop hundreds of people from living in Native American tribes from living there, as well as having disastrous consequences for wildlife.
SPOILER: We're pretty sure he hasn't watched the latest series of GOT, because the famous wall which blocks the North from the South is destroyed by the Night King in the finale of season seven.
Maybe don't beg for a wall with a poster inspired by a show where a wall doesn't work. pic.twitter.com/nNsRqzXyih
— Gerry Duggan (@GerryDuggan) January 2, 2019
Basically, the wall didn't work. Which makes Trump's use of GOT references even dumber…if that was even possible.
Cabinet employees tweeted that they had no idea why the poster was brought to the meeting.
Trump is most likely the first President to use memes in serious occasions such as discussions regarding immigration and North Korea.
HBO most likely aren't suing the President, but they made their distaste very clear:
How do you say trademark misuse in Dothraki?
— HBO (@HBO) November 2, 2018
Honestly, we have no words.
Winter better be coming for Trump, we don't know what other season could handle his ridiculousness.