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Entertainment'Game of Thrones' Fan Elizabeth Warren Says the World 'Needs Fewer Cersei Lannisters'

18:45  22 april  2019
18:45  22 april  2019 Source:   thewrap.com

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Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) is a Game of Thrones fan , and her favorite character is, perhaps unsurprisingly, Daenerys “Stormborn” It’s also an excellent metaphor. Fighting against President Donald Trump can often feel like battling Cersei Lannister —who somehow, always ends up on top

Warren is a Game of Throne Fan and She Thinks the World Needs Less Cersei Lannisters . In that review, published Sunday by The Cut, Warren says that while like everyone else she watches In addition for her Game of Thrones talk, Warren also made headlines this weekend when she called

'Game of Thrones' Fan Elizabeth Warren Says the World 'Needs Fewer Cersei Lannisters'© TheWrap Game of Thrones Cersei Lannister

Sen. Elizabeth Warren said the world "needs fewer Cersei Lannisters" in a brief essay for "The Cut" on Sunday. The 2020 presidential contender also revealed she was a fan of the show and said the final season would come down to a contest between the women of Westeros.

"For me, the hit HBO show is about more than a death count (I'll leave that to Arya). It's about the women," Warren wrote, while also revealing that her personal favorite character is Daenerys Targaryen.

"Daenerys 'Stormborn' Targaryen has been my favorite from the first moment she walked through fire," the Massachusetts liberal said. "Dany didn't grow up in the lavish palace walls of the Red Keep. She was born during the chaos of her father's overthrow … When we meet Dany in Season 1, she's a teenager sold off by her abusive elder brother to beefcake warlord Khal Drogo in order to further his political ambitions. Dany might be a princess by birth, but she wasn't dealt an easy hand."

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The World Needs Fewer Cersei Lannisters . I watch Game of Thrones because, just like everyone else, I want to find out who lives, who dies, and who ends up on the spiky iron chair in King’s Landing.

Her review, titled “ The World Needs Fewer Cersei Lannisters ,” was published on The Cut, New York Magazine’s site devoted to content for women. Daenerys, Warren ’s favorite character, is a princess of the people, she said . Refusing to rule as a dictator or conquer enemy territory, she makes others

"Rather than earn her army, Cersei's pays for it. She buys 20,000 Golden Company mercenaries — though they arrive without their legendary elephants — with funds from the Iron Bank," Warren writes. "Cersei's betting on the strength of the bank to get her through the biggest fight of her life. It never crosses her mind that the bank could fail, or betray her."

On Sunday evening, HBO aired Episode 2 of the "Game of Thrones" final season, which took place entirely within Winterfell, as Daenerys, Tyrion, Jon Snow and fretful audiences around the world waited for the first clash with White Walkers since they breached the wall at the end of last season.

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