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
— 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