Josh Whitehouse joins HBO's 'Game of Thrones' prequel series

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Several years ago, in a series of tweets, Trump repeatedly called for television viewers to cancel their HBO accounts because the network carried the late-night host Bill Maher's talk show. These sanctions hit at the core areas of Iran's economy.

The tweet is a nod to wildly popular HBO series, with the words displayed in a font that's very similar to the show's title.

Israel, which considers Iran an existential threat and opposed the deal from the beginning, welcomed Friday's announcement.

They also tweeted: "How do you say trademark misuse in Dothraki?" referring to the language of a nomadic people in the series.

Sophie Turner - who plays Queen in the North Sansa Stark - tweeted; "Ew" in response to President Trump's post.

Casting notices for the Game of Thrones prequel based on the Long Night have been surfacing. "She tweeted 'Not Today".

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Politicians have referenced the trademark phrase before. Although they have often carried a much lighter context than the president 's obnoxious remarks.

Whatever the case may be, HBO's state of political neutrality does not allow them to accept any reinvention of their campaign for political agendas.

After the US' withdrawal from the deal, Trump signed fresh sanctions against Iran and warned countries against any cooperation with Tehran on its controversial nuclear weapons programme.

During filming on the final season of "Game of Thrones", the production crew even had "drone killer" guns on set to shoot down anybody flying overhead trying to snap photos while scenes were being shot on location.

According to HBO, Game of Thrones will return for its six-episode, eighth and final season in 2019. Trump had an ongoing feud with Maher during the time.

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