Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonTop Sanders adviser: Warren isn't competing for 'same pool of voters' Anti-Trump vets join Steyer group in pressing Democrats to impeach Trump Republicans plot comeback in New Jersey MORE on Thursday said that “Game of Thrones” is the television show that most accurately reflects her life in politics.

The former secretary of State was asked during a New York event to pick which small screen depiction gets Washington right.

“May I ask you — this is a question I get a lot because I lived a life in politics, nothing like yours — which is closer to reality of life in politics, which TV show? 'The West Wing' or 'Veep?'” moderator Paul Begala asked.

“Oh, probably ‘Game of Thrones,’” Clinton quipped as the audience laughed. “At least in my experience.”

The former presidential candidate has referenced the pop-culture phenomenon in the past and compared herself to the ruthless character of Cersei Lannister.

She wrote in her post-election memoir “What Happened” that she saw her treatment at the hands of Trump supporters to be similar to the treatment the powerful queen received.

“Crowds at Trump rallies called for my imprisonment more times than I can count,” she writes. “They shouted, ‘Guilty! Guilty!’ like the religious zealots in ‘Game of Thrones’ chanting ‘Shame! Shame!’ while Cersei Lannister walked back to the Red Keep.”

Hillary Clinton's husband, former President Clinton, who was also speaking at the event, gave a different answer.

“The most realistic show on television, in my opinion, and you can say I’m self-interested, is ‘Madam Secretary,’” he said.

The former commander in chief said the CBS drama starring Téa Leoni as a secretary of State is the show the most like a “functioning government.”

 

President TrumpDonald John TrumpTrump pushes back on recent polling data, says internal numbers are 'strongest we've had so far' Illinois state lawmaker apologizes for photos depicting mock assassination of Trump Scaramucci assembling team of former Cabinet members to speak out against Trump MORE, Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign rival, has clashed with HBO after he used a "Game of Thrones"-style meme to tout his sanctions last year. He unveiled a similar poster inspired by the book-turned-show during a January Cabinet meeting.

The network slammed Trump for “misappropriating” the trademark for politics. 

The highly anticipated final season of the hit show returns to HBO on Sunday.