Remember that dark as hell Game of Thrones-themed poster Donald Trump tweeted in November to announce his plans to impose sanctions against Iran? Welp, it’s back.
On Wednesday morning a large printout of the poster was spotted in the White House, smack dab in the middle of the Cabinet Room’s table as Trump and members of his administration held a meeting.
When Trump first tweeted the image of himself with the words “SANCTIONS ARE COMING” in the HBO show’s go-to font, he received a great deal of backlash from confused Americans, including Game of Thrones stars Sophie Turner and Maisie Williams.
So when a physical copy of the poster was visible in today’s Cabinet meeting, people were understandably confused.
So Trump says “Walls work” in front of a Game of Thrones- inspired poster that represents himself.
2019 is already too long. https://t.co/EpiQRykXZC
— Bruno Tertrais (@BrunoTertrais) January 2, 2019
Some considered the fact that Trump may have put the poster there to enhance his argument for a wall, however, they then noted that his logic is essentially disproven by the show.
And Alex Wind and Cameron Kasky, two March For Our Lives activists, compared the embarrassing display to Gaston, the narcissistic villain in Beauty and the Beast.
According to Kathryn Watson, White House reporter for CBS News, no one in the meeting seems to know for sure why the poster is there.
Fun to start the year off with some burning questions, isn’t it?
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