Donald Trump seems to love “Game of Thrones” memes, but it appears as if he’s never actually watched the HBO series.

Twitter users made that discovery Thursday after the president posted an image on Instagram of his face and the words “The wall is coming,” a reference to “GoT’s” “Winter is coming” tagline.

This came one day after the president brought a similar poster version of a “Sanctions are coming” meme he posted two months ago into a Cabinet meeting.

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A post shared by President Donald J. Trump (@realdonaldtrump) on Jan 3, 2019 at 1:41pm PST

However, some of the show’s fans noticed a slight problem with Trump’s “wall is coming” post: The Great Wall of Westeros was destroyed during “GoT’s” Season 7 finale.

The Wall was destroyed at the end of the latest season of Game of Thrones. https://t.co/4skG02MPjV

— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) January 3, 2019

So……. Who's gonna tell him? https://t.co/8gefF96lfX

— Jonathan Capehart (@CapehartJ) January 3, 2019

Anyone gonna explain to him that the premise for the show is that wallls in the end don’t work?

— FranckPG (@_FranckPG) January 3, 2019

Apparently the person that stole the idea has never actually watched GOT. #NoWallEver pic.twitter.com/CTgOhGuSYM

— Get Off Your Ass and Vote?♈️⚛️ (@haven1406) January 3, 2019

Other people had problems with Trump’s “wall” meme that weren’t related to “Game of Thrones.”

Also, that’s not a wall. It’s a fence.

— Jo Miller (@7295murphy) January 3, 2019

And one person figured out that the only one who might get through to Trump was Jon Snow.

The King of the North knows better. pic.twitter.com/Sga9HaSJ5L

— Occam's Razorback (@janeite1900) January 3, 2019 Download

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