JK Rowling has made it no secret that she is not a fan of U.S. President Donald Trump.
'I capitalize certain words only for emphasis, not b/c they should be capitalized!'
In fact, the author and creator of Harry Potter couldn't contain her typed laughter.
The obvious mistake in his tweet is obviously his confusion over the words "pore" and 'pour.' Though the POTUS fixed the tweet, the error was well-noted. Trump is not the first person to do this.
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Trump might "pride myself on my ability to write", but the Harry Potter author was quick to point out that a ghostwriter actually penned all his books!
Best-selling author Rowling picked up on the unfortunate typo, retweeting it and writing "hahaha" over and over in a series of tweets.
Others, including Merriam-Webster of dictionary fame and late-night host Jimmy Kimmel, chimed in to mock the president's "pour over"-and his combover".
The tweet has drawn the attention of numerous people on Twitter, but most notably one of the most successful writers of our time, J.K. Rowling.
For his part, President Trump has so far deigned not to respond to JK Rowling on the matter.