It all started with a tweet from Donald Trump taking aim at people who criticize his tweets for grammar.
In the tweet, Trump claims to be an expert writer having "written many best selling books."
This particular tweet tickled the funny bone of Harry Potter creator, and actual writer, JK Rowling.
She responded with the following tweets pointing out his misuse of the word "pour".
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'written' and his ghost writer's talked to the press— J.K. Rowling (@jk_rowling) July 3, 2018
One Trump supporter took issue with Rowling's response and tried to school the Hogwarts creator.
I find it odd that JK Rowling acts like she knows shit about American politics.— McCraig (@McCraigBro) July 3, 2018
Disappointing to say the least. It’s probably about time I burn or throw away my collection of Harry Potter books.
I can no longer support a women who wishes the worst for Americans. https://t.co/jPfxag6Zdt
Anyone who knows even a little bit about Rowling knows you can't come at her without getting a response.
Rowling didn't disappoint.
Twitter had Rowling's back.
This person is filled with anxiety and fear... Harry Potter taught us how to be courageous, not by not being afraid, but by doing what is right anyway. Your books are a gift and a treasure. Don’t let trolls bother you...your work like you is now immortal! You are a gift to us!— Colleen Callan (@NewYorkScribe) July 3, 2018
Reading Harry Potter helped teach us all how to decipher decent leaders vs great or terrible dictators.— Thomas Paxton (@PeterSF1991) July 4, 2018
Be a Albus Dumbledore instead of a Tom Riddle Jr. Aka Voldemort.
Just look how you portrayed umbridge to me that's the female trump lol— Krys Reeder (@chrisbr08037436) July 3, 2018
If you burn a J.K. Rowling book, it becomes a phoenix and will haunt you in your dreams until you make amends.— BryanEdwardHill (@bryanedwardhill) July 4, 2018
H/T: Huffington Post