President Trump just punched China where it hurts. As his critics in the mainstream media scoff, he’s actually getting things done for America.
The medieval fantasy show ‘Game of Thrones’ has become a worldwide phenomenon, but Chinese fans were blocked from seeing the series finale as a direct result of President Trump’s trade war with the nation.
China has taken advantage of the United States on trade for decades, and Trump is fighting to make things right. It is clear that Trump’s tactics are working and the Chinese government is playing games.
“Dear users, we regret to inform you that the sixth episode of the eighth season of Game of Thrones will not go online at the intended time due to media transfer issues,” wrote Tencent Video, a Chinese streaming company.
Tencent owns the rights to stream HBO programming, including Game of Thrones, in China. But it appears that the claim of “media transfer issues” is far from the truth.
HBO revealed that the trade war between the U.S. and China is the culprit. It’s possible that the anti-Trump media giant and China are working together to hurt our president, but, clearly, he has the upper hand.
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