Donald Trump Thinks His Presidency Is Like A Fictional Series On HBO

Submitted by: daegog 1 week ago in News & Politics


Can someone tell this idiot he is making the nation look absurd...

An excerpt from Indy 100: In a bizarre turn of events, the actual President of the United States of America has shared a meme of himself in reference to the GOT catchphrase 'Winter is coming.'

Except he's flipped it on its head and announced that 'Sanctions are coming' with the date of November 5 written underneath the slogan.



This is a clear nod to the statement released by the White House earlier today that they will be 'reimposing all sanctions' upon Iran as part of the nuclear deal, which Trump has consistently called 'disastrous.'

The official White House Twitter account also shared the tweet complete with the quote.


There are 28 comments:
Male 2,334
Wait.....Trump lied?
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Male 2,334
November 5. What sanctions?
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Male 5,573
Elect a reality star as president...expect movie poster level of communication...
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6,769
 don't worry you only have 6 more years to go.

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Male 2,334
dm2754 Don't give up your day job, comedy isn't working.

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Male 1,909
This says it all.
Nothing personal, squrlz4ever .
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Male 3,097
A sense of humour is one of Trump's best qualities, but reinstating sanctions on Iran is no laughing matter.

I know some of your previous presidents liked to joke around, but when did they do so on the international stage, over something serious?
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Male 2,334
I swear this idiot is on Heroin.
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Male 1,094
Yeah, because no other president has ever said anything playing on pop culture.
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Male 9,133
cjeffblanchr I would like to see two more egregious examples where the content    creators have objected.
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Male 1,094
LordJim No clue what you're getting at.

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Male 1,636
You literally have zero sense of humour. 
You want 4 more years of Trump? This is how you get 4 more years of Trump! Keep up the fine work! :-)
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Male 6,238
gohikineko we need more sexy kid cat pictures
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gohikineko what are you talking about
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Male 1,636
glenn_reed_farrington Baseless insults and false accusations are a daily part of the MSM's 'reporting' on the President. MOST People have long ago figured out that the MSM no longer reports news (filled with facts and truths) but in fact DNC Propaganda (filled with lies and #fakenews).

So every time they do stuff like this? Report more fakenews? It drives up support for Trump.
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Male 1,909
gohikineko "You literally have zero sense of humour.
You want 4 more years of Trump? This is how you get 4 more years of Trump! Keep up the fine work! :-)"

Two questions:
Who are you addressing?
How, exactly, will this post get us four more years of Trump?
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semichisam01 He's addressing people who think its absurd for trump to reference and put a twist on pop culture, but failed to see anything wrong with the previous bunch of presidents doing exactly the same thing.

The hypocrisy showed by most trump haters empowers trumps support, leads to more support, leads to him getting 4 more years.

I don't like trump, but outrage at stuff like this doesn't help the anti-trump cause.
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Male 1,909
layla_wilson Thank you. I would not have guessed that.
This seems to involve a conspiracy theory that is too crazy to contradict.
Anyone who is attacking the free press is working for Vladimir Putin. If Putin isn't paying him, then he's just a poor negotiator.
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semichisam01 No there's no conspiracy theory, its just the nature of the us V them situation. But your ideas about putin and attacking free press seems to be rather conspiracy like. 


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Male 1,909
layla_wilson The idea of Putin attacking the free press in the United States sounds like a conspiracy because it is a conspiracy. Indictments for criminal conspiracy have been issued by a grand jury against 12 Russian nationals working in Moscow. 
These Russians have spread numerous untrue stories suggesting that US newspapers, radio and TV stations are lying to the people. Anyone who repeats, retweets or links any of this Russian propaganda is essentially working for Russian Intelligence, whether they mean to or not.
I think that anyone who helps to further the agenda of an enemy of our country ought to demand to be paid. They won't be charged with treason, because under US law, that is not a crime unless we are in a declared war.
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semichisam01 "These Russians have spread numerous untrue stories suggesting that US newspapers, radio and TV stations are lying to the people"

Its not rumors, its fact, they are lying to people on a daily basis. Ranging from slight twisting of the truth to flat out making false allegations(that they know fine are false) You say Russia is the enemy, but America is responsible for a considerable amount more aggression and attempted destabilisation of Russia than vice versa.

"They won't be charged with treason, because under US law, that is not a crime unless we are in a declared war."

Even if you were in declared war, arresting someone for retweeting something is nothing compared to Prescott bush financing the Nazis with American cash. He was charged(but not with treason) but yet still managed to continue his political career, and whose family continued to be one of the most influential American political dynastys. 

Who's doing more to further the agenda of the enemy? The citizen presented with information they believe to be true, or the government that commits atrocities world wide but gets away with it under the guise of being "the good guys"
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Male 1,909
layla_wilson When a member of the US press says or writes something untrue, reporters working for other outlets immediately point out the falsehood. Everything they do is in public.

Putin is the self-declared enemy of democracy. It is his aim to discredit it wherever he finds it. Watch Russian TV or listen to Russian radio to hear that message over and over again. Putin's agents put false stories on the internet, which are repeated by millions of fools, then repeated back to the Russian people as truth.

I have no argument with your characterization of Prescott Bush. His assets were frozen (some say confiscated) in 1942, because of his support of Hitler and the Nazis. I would have had him shot, along with Henry Ford.

I used the word 'treason', not to accuse anybody, but to point out that it is not applicable at this time. Not only do all US citizens have the right under the 1st amendment to tell whatever lies they wish, but gohikineko is a citizen of another country. We could not stop him if we wished to. Considering how our president has treated his country, he can hardly be blamed for his constant attacks on our institutions.

Finally, it is a fact that my government has committed acts of aggression against other countries which did not deserve such treatment. We know about them because the free press has reported on them.
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semichisam01 "We know about them because the free press has reported on them."

your "Free press" reports on less than 10% of what your government/intelligence agency's do worldwide. They report on the Trillions of dollars that disappear in a blackhole, but don't report where and what the money was actually spent on.

Btw, I try take an all encompassing, un-biased view when I watch mainstream media outlets. I watch a variety from around the world, one of which is Russia Today. They report on things that the American and other western countries media outlets don't report, or different versions of events. Their reports are 100% backed up with facts. Yet your (and my) "free press" fails to report it and ends up telling half truths, straight out lies or don't even report it in the first place.

Don't get me wrong, im not saying RT is free press, but it will happily report on the things that make America look bad, things American press wont report as it makes America look bad. Same goes the other way round, American press will happily report things that make Russia look bad. 

As with everything in the modern era it seems, its Us v Them mentality. Both sides make mistakes, both sides have the same or similar issues, and both sides try and exploit those issues for their own gain. Afterall, you need a big boogy man to keep the masses at bay, while americans bitch about Russia, they don't question their own media/authorities (but a few do) and once again, exactly the same thing is happening vice versa.
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Male 1,909
layla_wilson "your "Free press" reports on less than 10%"
That's a startlingly precise statement. To be able to make that specific a claim, you would have to know 100% of what my government does in secret. Your personal resources are formidable.

RT is produced for the world outside of Russia. Anything the Russians broadcast/print in English is propaganda. I absolutely agree that they report "different versions of events." Programming in the Russian language is, of course, also propaganda, but tailored to the Russian people. 

Russia is not a 'side'. Russia is your enemy as well as ours. 
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Male 9,561
layla_wilson What semichisam01 said wasn't conspiratorial.  He simply stated Anyone that attacks the free press is working for Putin. Wittingly or unwittingly.  Leaders that do that are dangers to Democracy.  That's the type of world Putin wants.  Unquestioned power and the ability to write his own news if anyone states otherwise they end up missing or dead in front of the Kremlin.
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Male 1,636
layla_wilson Well said!
There's plenty of real reasons to dislike Trump, valid criticisms. Making up stuff that's so obviously a lie isn't required... but they do it every day :/
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