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By now, most people know that J.K. Rowling is anything but a fan of America's President, Donald J. Trump.

Her recent tweet re-confirmed that and left readers reeling with glee.


Yesterday morning, Trump when on a Twitter rampage, presumably because he is starting to feel the walls close in as the Mueller investigation gets closer to the truth.

As per usual, Trump took to name-calling and slandering Hillary Clinton.

Perhaps the most entertaining part of his tweetstorm was his terrible usage of the English language.

Check it out.





The writing is so bad that many readers are struggling to understand the intended order of the Tweets since they are not all in one thread.

On the other end of the English-proficient spectrum is Harry Potter series author J.K. Rowling.

Trump's horrible display of both grammar and temperament inspired Rowling to dish out a supremely sarcastic burn.

Rowling's saucy tweet garnered her more almost 40,000 likes and almost 6,000 retweets.

Many fans of Rowling's books could not help but reference her series in their reactions.




Others simply tipped their hats to Jo's brilliant takedown of the President.






It is clear with Harry Potter completed, Rowling found a new niche on Twitter.

H/T: Indy100, Twitter

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