President Donald Trump must have a talented Photoshop user in his administration. He posted a tweet Friday, using a twist on the “Game of Thrones” tagline “Winter is coming,” and using his own version “Sanctions are coming” in the same font used by HBO to market the series, along with his own photo.

As reported by the New York Times, HBO responded, but not in a positive way. The TV network said in a statement that they were aware of the tweet and preferred their trademark not to be misappropriated for political use.

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Fans and cast also reacted in anger over the image.

President Trump and Iran sanctions anger HBO

It is unknown whether President Donald Trump [VIDEO]watches “Game of Thrones” or if he is a fan.

However, the TV network behind the tagline misused by him are definitely not fans of Trump. As can be seen from the tweet below, Trump posted a tweet showing his image with the words “Sanctions are Coming” in the same font used by HBO, along with the date of the proposed sanctions against Iran, November 5.

President Barack Obama agreed to lift sanctions against Iran in 2015, which was part of the nuclear deal with that country. Trump intends to reinstate those sanctions on Monday, November 5, shortly before voting begins in the midterm elections.

The official White House Twitter account also tweeted that the US has launched the sanctions to deny the Iranian regime the money needed to “advance its bloody agenda.”

HBO, along with "GoT" cast and fans, responded to Trump’s tweet, with the TV network using Trump’s favored method of communication to reprimand him.

HBO asked how you say the words “trademark misuse” in the Dothraki language.

George R.R. Martin, the author of the books on which “Game of Thrones” is based, also responded on Twitter, urging people to vote.

Got” cast members were not slow in responding to Trump’s tweet. Maisie Williams, 21, who plays Arya Stark on the show, responded by tweeting “Not today.” Her co-star, Sophie Turner, 22, who plays Sansa Stark on “Game of Thrones” tweeted a simple “Ew.”

As noted by the Hollywood Reporter, the “Winter is coming” tagline has been used in many memes in the past. However, they are not normally used in a political vein.

However. Republican Senator Marco Rubio used the tagline while running for president back in 2015, tweeting "Big news is coming."

Meanwhile, fans of “Game of Thrones” are awaiting the final season of the show [VIDEO]set to air next year, but also recently received news about the upcoming prequel to the story, with Naomi Watts snagging a lead female role.