Donald Trump Built Westeros' Wall on 'Game of Thrones' Australian Parody

By Victoria Guerra | Feb 22, 2016 08:19 PM EST
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(Photo : Tom Pennington/Getty Images) Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks during a campaign rally at the American Airlines Cente.

The speeches of GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump often see him as the focus of controversy, particularly over his stance on immigration and how he's promised to build a wall between the U.S. and Mexico if he won the Presidency. In a new Game of Thrones parody on YouTube, the billionaire spends some time with Westeros' finest -- and he's making them uncomfortable.

There's a show on Australia's ABC created by Huw Parkinson and called Insiders, which focuses on satirizing political events from the land Down Under as well as the rest of the world. In the show's latest clip, "Winter is Trumping," the billionaire sits at the same table as some of the HBO epic's most iconic characters, including Littlefinger and first season's Ned Stark -- and, surprise surprise, the former Apprentice host seems right at home.

Masterfully superimposing Trump's talking head in some of the show's most iconic moments, including the Blackwater battle, where Tyrion Lannister is trying to coordinate the attack while Trump rants on about bringing back waterboarding and then lights up the river with green fire.

Most notably in the clip, however, is the superimposing of Trump's words regarding his infamous Mexican border plans, as he tells the Brothers of the Night's Watch that it's necessary to build a big Wall to keep the bad guys out, even defying Jon Snow in the process. Similarly, he also keeps Daenerys Targaryen, her dragons and the entirety of her khalasar outside because their extreme Muslim views might pose a threat to his country.

According to Fortune, Insiders has been focusing on mixing up political events with iconic pop culture items for a while, including using classic sitcom Seinfeld to demonstrate the way the Australian Parliament works. Last year, show creator Parkinson even won a Walkley Award for Excellence in Journalism over his work portraying tough political topics in a humorous way.

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