HBO unleashes Game of Thrones dragons on Donald Trump tweet

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Not only the quote, but also the same font of Games of Thrones has been used in this new poster featuring Trump.

Iran's foreign ministry has accused Washington of seeking to wage an extensive "psychological war" against Tehran by imposing a new round of sanctions, insisting that such U.S. measures are not worthy of much concern.

Two of the show's cast also made their distain known.

It's the second batch of penalties that the administration has reimposed since Trump, a former reality TV star, withdrew from the landmark deal in May.

The filming hasn't even started yet, but judging by these descriptions they keep revealing, we are in for a treat.

Later, the press service of the channel in Twiter, published an appeal with the question of how the dothraki language would have translated the term "Illegal use of a trademark".

Maisie Williams, who plays Arya Stark on the series, tweeted a snarky reply to Trump on Friday: "Not today". Sophie Turner simply replied with the word "ew".

A spokesperson for HBO told News 12 New Jersey in a statement, "We were not aware of this messaging and would prefer our trademark not be misappropriated for political purposes". Although they have often carried a much lighter context than the president 's obnoxious remarks. In 2015, Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., tweeted "Big News Is Coming" to foreshadow the expected announcement that he was running for president.

Whatever the case may be, HBO's state of political neutrality does not allow them to accept any reinvention of their campaign for political agendas.

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

Iran too did not ignore the tweet.

We'll also learn more about the mysterious Essos, the Stark ancestors, and, of course, true origins of the white walkers, which according to HBO, "is not the story we think we know".

In a statement issued Friday night, Trump said, "Our objective is to force the regime into a clear choice: either abandon its destructive behaviour or continue down the path toward economic disaster".

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