HARRY POTTER author JK Rowling has trolled Donald Trump after he made a spelling mistake while boasting about his writing skills on Twitter. The writer mocked the US president, who bragged about penning “many bestselling books” and claimed the media “constantly likes to pour over my tweets”. Rowling then took to Twitter to point out that he had misspelled “pore over” as “pour over”. She also slammed Trump for his tendency to capitalise random words and his “best-selling author” claims, noting that he had used a ghostwriter for his books. According to Merriam Webster, the definition of “pour” is to “cause to flow in a stream,” or “to supply or produce freely”. Trump should have used the word “pore”, meaning to read or study attentively. Rowling tweeted: “’*wipes eyes, tries to control breathing* Seriously, @realdonaldtrump is the Gratest Writer on earth.” She was responding to a tweet Trump had sent earlier on Tuesday defending his unusual writing style. He wrote: “After having written many best selling books, and somewhat priding myself on my ability to write, it should be noted that the Fake News constantly likes to pour over my tweets looking for a mistake. “I capitalize certain words only… Read full this story
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