Trump's critics use 'Game of Thrones' memes to taunt him after Mueller report is made public

Even though Mueller's report does not exonerate Donald Trump, the President was quick to celebrate his apparent victory on Twitter with the help of a 'Game of Thrones' meme


                            Trump's critics use 'Game of Thrones' memes to taunt him after Mueller report is made public

The highly anticipated 400-page document detailing everything special counsel Robert Mueller found in his investigation has been made public. The investigation looked into possible collusion between the Donald Trump campaign and the Russian government in an effort to influence the 2016 presidential elections.

Ahead of the release of the highly redacted document, US Attorney General William Barr held a press conference and a released a four-page-long summary, both of which emphasized that the special counsel found no evidence of collusion.

While Mueller's report does not exonerate Trump from the collusion charges, the President was quick to celebrate his apparent victory on Twitter. 

This is not all that surprising considering how Trump has turned to Twitter time and again to express his reactions — ranging from anger to sadness to glee — to the investigation. In this case, he seems to be ecstatic and possibly feeling vindicated about the fact that, despite the two-year investigation, Mueller was unable to produce anything concrete against him.

Keeping up with his habit, Trump photoshopped himself into a 'Game of Thrones'-themed poster, claiming "No collusion. No Obstruction. For The Haters and The Radical Left Democrats — Game Over."



 

While many of his fans are using this tweet to further celebrate his "innocence," Trump critics have been asking HBO and 'Game of Thrones' to sue Trump for the post.

The president's followers know that this not the first time he used the world-famous TV show to prove a point. And it is highly unlikely that he is going to get pulled up for this. That, however, has not stopped his non-fans from using the same tactics that he did to put their points across. 

Since the report went live, Twitter has been flooded with 'Game of Thrones' memes trolling Trump. We can't help but appreciate the genius that went behind some of them. Here are a few that caught our attention: 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

You can read the report below.