HBO Tells POTUS — Stop Using Game Of Thrones Likeness

President Trump is happy that he has been exonerated from the Russian collusion allegations and accusations and it should be a glorious day for everyone but HBO is not pleased.

On Thursday, President Trump tweeted a “Game Over” jubilation message after Attorney General William Barr held his press conference. It so happened that the graphic looked like Game Of Thrones.

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Mashable reached out to HBO for a comment, and they responded: “Though we can understand the enthusiasm for Game of Thrones now that the final season has arrived, we still prefer our intellectual property not be used for political purposes.”

A sensitive company, eh?? To be clear, our justice system is a system built on being presumed innocent until proven guilty.

Special Counsel Robert Mueller found no evidence of collusion and inconclusive evidence of possible obstruction. What he did or did not see was not enough to suggest charges be brought against President Trump. This means that President Trump is innocent of all allegations levied against him in this matter.

Related: Trump Tweets — No Collusion, No Obstruction

What it does not mean is that Mueller can say he is currently not guilty of anything. He was never “not guilty” because he was never charged with anything.

One of two things needs to occur, either it gets dropped, or charges get filed. If it gets dropped, Trump is innocent, point blank and period. If charges are brought and a court case proceeds, then we will find out if he is guilty or not guilty. But until then, he is still innocent.




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