Donald Trump is Daenerys Targaryen
It would be easy -- and at this point, pleasant -- to dismiss Donald Trump’s political capital. But he can't be underestimated. He is the Grand Old Party's unquestionable Khaleesi. Though it's hard to imagine either figure taking the throne once it’s all said and done, the online discussion and magazine covers already belong to them. The parallel goes beyond the level of manual effort put into their hair to their respective inner core of megalomania. Like Daenerys, Trump fell upward, turning a small fortune into a billion-dollar industry through a mixture of luck, name recognition, and narrative convenience. Both are entitled, politically untrained bordering on ruthlessly incompetent, and believe themselves to have the support of a nebulous "common people." (Donald Trump is also the presidential candidate most likely to refer to the American public as "the common people.")
Considering Trump claims that his second-favorite book (after the Bible, of course) is the one he commissioned to be ghostwritten under his name, there is no doubt that in an ideal world, the non-Republican would have a bare-midriffed former slave girl introduce him by his full name and accomplishments to everyone that stepped into his office. Not to mention that Trump is the most likely candidate to wait, stranded on top of a mountain, after flying his chopper away from a senate brawl.