While followers of Game of Thrones are most likely getting ready themselves for the final and ultimate season to be launched in 2019, it looks like US President Donald Trump, too, has equipped for the finale. Not too way back, the 45th US President had created fairly a buzz on social media when he shared a GOT inspired parody poster of himself to make an announcement about sanctions on Iran. And guess what? That poster is back again and this time it was noticed at the White House.
A photograph shared by a White House Reuters correspondent Jeff Mason options the exact same poster on the desk throughout Trump’s first cupboard assembly of the yr. “Note the poster on the table in the Cabinet Room,” tweeted Mason together with the image.
Note the poster on the desk in the Cabinet Room. pic.twitter.com/iHc9e5LIg1
— Jeff Mason (@jeffmason1) January 2, 2019
Yet again, the poster has stirred reactions on social media, with many questioning the objective of the poster on the desk in the cupboard room. Kathryn Watson, one other White House correspondent acknowledged that despite the fact that they’ve requested the White House, they haven’t acquired any response but.
We have requested the White House why the poster was there.
— Kathryn Watson (@kathrynw5) January 2, 2019
Maybe don’t beg for a wall with a poster inspired by a present the place a wall doesn’t work. pic.twitter.com/nNsRqzXyih
— Gerry Duggan (@GerryDuggan) January 2, 2019
Walls Work, Trump Says In Front Of Poster Parodying Show Based On Premise That They Don’t https://t.co/W0Lks9oafz
— Brandon Hardin (@hardin) January 2, 2019
— Making Podcasts Great Again (@TrumpPod) January 3, 2019
Odd very odd. https://t.co/VZspZTvyEa
— Tracy Blake, M.S. (@GRASSGURU) January 3, 2019
The new regular continues on https://t.co/3ANm7OxfFk
— Dan Carr (@danmcarr) January 3, 2019
I’m confused, do White House staffers assist the white walkers when watching GOT? https://t.co/9knGzITwRL
— Scott (@justascoash) January 3, 2019
Walls work, certain. Just ask Jon Snow… https://t.co/Vz3DaTQAcq
— Melissa Van Ostaeyen (@MelllAtWork) January 3, 2019
This needed to have been another person’s concept. I can’t think about him watching something however the information, not to mention a present based mostly on books. https://t.co/G3s41dgq55
— Ghost of January Apocalypse (@ML_Rudolph) January 3, 2019
2019 is shaping up properly. https://t.co/oqRIRtD23d
— Dr Hywel Owen (@hywelowen) January 3, 2019