Al Gore drew a comparison between the Donald Trump administration and the infamous Red Wedding from Game of Thrones. This comes after the chaos that engulfed the White House which resulted in the resignation of several top ranking officials.

Speaking with MSNBC on Wednesday, Gore said he believes that the president has been isolating himself from the rest of the country reports Newsweek. He added that Republicans in the House and Senate are now moving away in droves from the dysfunction and constant distractions from the White House.

HBO's 'Game of Thrones' Red Wedding is likened to Donald Trump's administration

The former vice-president then said that last week, somebody likened the current administration to the particularly atrocious event from HBO’s Game of Thrones: The Red Wedding.

"It was really wild,” he added.

For those not in the know, The Red Wedding was an event in the show where a King and his family are massacred along with all their supporters and soldiers. It resulted in the collapse of their entire kingdom which was given to those who orchestrated the massacre.

While no lives were lost from the recent debacle in the White House, there is no denying its damage to the administration. Donald Trump has seen severe disapproval of his White House after openly criticizing Attorney General Jeff Sessions as well as the staff reshuffle that saw the resignations of Sean Spicer and Reince Priebus. This culminated in the appointment and subsequent dismissal of Anthony Scaramucci after just one week White House communications director.

Despite this, however, Trump denies that there is chaos in his administration. Taking to his platform of choice, Twitter, he proudly proclaimed his achievements such as the highest stock market EVER, lowest unemployment in 17 years, and of course, the all important secure border.

Gore seems unconvinced by Trump’s bravado, however, reports the Huffington Post.

He firmly believes that the chaos in the White House is a distraction to issues that are more important for the American people.

Donald Trump's turning his back from Paris climate pact frustrates Al Gore

The environmental campaigner admitted that he was wrong about the president who he thought would act responsibly when it came to key climate issues.

His pull out from the Paris climate agreement seemed to have been the final nail in the coffin to the hopes that his administration would give two cents about the environment.

Trump was recently forced to deny that he called the White House a “dump” saying that he loves it. He added that it is one of the most beautiful buildings he has ever seen and blamed “fake news” for spreading these lies.