Donald Trump's Game of Thrones tweet gets backlash from cast

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"SANCTIONS ARE COMING", reads the mock movie poster Trump tweeted Friday, echoing the HBO swords-sex-dragons-and-zombie series' signature line: "winter is coming".

It is assumed that the slogan "Sanctions close" Donald trump most likely meant the introduction of new economic sanctions against Iran, which should come into force November 5, 2018.

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As it turns out, some at the HBO series don't appear to want their show associated with the president.

In a statement to Entertainment Weekly, the network said: "We were not aware of this messaging and would prefer our trademark not be misappropriated for political purposes".

Like this story? Share it with a friend! "And those are so distracting them that they're ignoring the threat of "winter is coming", which has the potential to destroy all of them and to destroy their world", Martin told the New York Times.

The Trump administration is announcing the reimposition of all us sanctions on Iran that had been lifted under the 2015 nuclear deal. Fantasy series based on the series of novels "a Song of ice and fire" HBO. "She tweeted 'Not Today".

Co-star Sophie Turner was grossed out, tweeting "Ew".

Meanwhile, the US continues to put pressure on European countries to abandon their support for Iran.

The initial arrival of Daenerys and her army will also cause some conflict between Jon Snow and his sister Sansa Stark, who isn't immediately pleased with her brother that he bent the knee to the dragon queen.

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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