Donald Trump unleashed yet another of his Twitter tirades on Friday, blasting the media (or, in Trump parlance, “the Fake Media”) for having the audacity to report discrepancies between his version of the firing of FBI Director James Comey and those offered by spokespeople such as Sean Spicer and Sara Huckabee Sanders at White House press briefings.
In his tweets, Trump angrily suggested that the White House stop holding press briefings and instead “hand out written responses for the sake of accuracy,” he tweeted.
J.K. Rowling had a better idea. In a Twitter response to the Commander in Chief, the “Harry Potter” author utilized a quote from Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland to imply that a more effective solution would be to lay off the tweeting instead.
Meanwhile, Rowling is still on the hunt for her handwritten prequel to the “Harry Potter” saga, which was auctioned off for charity and was recently stolen from its rightful owner.
In a tweet issued earlier today, Rowling implores her fans not to buy the purloined story if they’re offered it, explaining that the person from whom it was stolen “supported writers’ freedoms by bidding for it.”