Kit Harington, also known as Jon Snow in HBO's popular TV series "Games Of Thrones," refused to call Donald Trump by his title. During his interview with Esquire magazine, the English actor frankly expressed his perception of the US president.

Mister Donald Trump

Instead of calling him "president," Harington addressed Trump as "mister," whom he considers as a "con artist" of the United States. The actor added that the story of "Game of Thrones" can be a great representation of reality, stating that those who hunger for power the most should not be given the opportunity to rule over the people.

Aside from him, George R.R. Martin, the brain behind "Game of Thrones," compared the POTUS to Jack Gleeson's role as Joffrey Baratheon, stating that the sadistic character is the new "king of America." The novelist added that the leader is just as "petulant and irrational" as the character in his books.

Saying goodbye to Jon Snow

In the same interview, Harington talked about his journey in "Game of Thrones" as Jon Snow. After 13 more episodes, he will finally bid his adieu to the fan-favorite character. The actor recently re-signed with HBO to appear in the two remaining seasons of the American TV series.

After finishing off his journey in "Games of Thrones," Harington will be looking to reinvent himself to get rid of the image. He, however, acknowledged that he was meant to play the role of Jon Snow. The 30-year-old actor added that playing the character is the most challenging part of being in the series.

Harrington auditioned for the role in 2009. After earning the spot, the HBO series became his first project in front of the camera. Despite being inexperienced in the field of acting, the English actor instantly caught the attention of the public and the media for his charisma.

Also, his role as Jon Snow is one of the most well-loved "Game of Thrones" characters. Although the actor is currently enjoying his popularity, Harington candidly said he is not after the recognition and awards. He is not even looking to be part of an Oscar-worthy film, instead, the English actor admitted that he would love to star in a comedy movie.

The return of 'Game of Thrones'

"Game of Thrones" will return for its seventh season on July 16. In fact, the latest trailer of the upcoming installment garnered 61 million views in 24 hours, a record-breaking figures for the HBO series. "Game of Thrones" Season 7 will run for seven episodes, while the final season will feature six episodes.