Trump uses GoT image to declare Russia saga over

File: President Donald Trump had accused Beijing of reneging on its commitments in trade talks and ordered new punitive duties.

File: President Donald Trump had accused Beijing of reneging on its commitments in trade talks and ordered new punitive duties.

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WASHINGTON - President Donald Trump posted a Game of Thrones style picture of himself Thursday to declare "Game Over" in the Russia election meddling saga.

In yet another display of his love for self-promotion,  Trump had himself pictured from behind, wearing his trademark black overcoat as he stands before a misty backdrop.

In big letters across the center of the picture are the words "Game Over", and in the upper left, "No Collusion, No Obstruction. For the haters and the radical left Democrats."

READ: Trump questions why Democrats should get Mueller report

Trump posted the image after Attorney General Bill Barr again declared Trump free and clear of any suspicion of conspiracy as Barr prepared to release a redacted version of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's official report on his two year probe.

The report focuses on Russia's interference in the 2016 election, whether the Trump campaign helped in that effort and whether Trump tried to obstruct justice.

Trump posted the image while Barr was speaking to reporters about the report, which the attorney general was about to send to Congress and post online.

In big letters across the center of the picture are the words "Game Over", and in the upper left, "No Collusion, No Obstruction. For the haters and the radical left Democrats."

READ: Trump questions why Democrats should get Mueller report

Trump posted the image after Attorney General Bill Barr again declared Trump free and clear of any suspicion of conspiracy as Barr prepared to release a redacted version of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's official report on his two year probe.

The report focuses on Russia's interference in the 2016 election, whether the Trump campaign helped in that effort and whether Trump tried to obstruct justice.

Trump posted the image while Barr was speaking to reporters about the report, which the attorney general was about to send to Congress and post online.

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AFP