Not one to miss an opportunity to delight her Twitter followers with her sardonic wit, J.K. Rowling tweeted a screenshot of a recent news headline: "Iran and Israel Condemn Trump's Comments." Rowling was referring to Trump's statements that placed blame "on both sides" for Heather Heyer's death at the neo-Nazi rally in Charlottesville.
Iran and Israel have had adversarial relations for over half a century, but the fact that the two nations found common ground over the American President's controversial speech was monumental enough for the "Harry Potter" author to point out.
J.K, in your opinion, what does the ministry of magic would think about Donald Trump ?— 🌾 Brown 🌿 Sugar 🌽 (@KanariRaspberry) August 17, 2017
Voldemort once had a soul to split seven ways.— jenn (@Cha1rm4nm30w) August 17, 2017
Trump never had one to begin with.
Yep. This is it. The beginning of the apocalypse. Trump is the antichrist.— morgan anne (@MoLo_MLB) August 17, 2017
Omg he will take credit for it! "I brought the Middle East together bigly. With my words because I have all the good words.lots of words."— Angelique L'Amour (@LAmourAngelique) August 17, 2017
Prior to her comment about Israel and Iran uniting, Rowling admonished 45 immediately after his about-face comments on Charlottesville.
Brava to J.K. Rowling for her warranted shade-shoveling towards Trump.