Trump roasted after typo in tweet about his wonderful spelling skills

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Trump's ghostwriter, Tony Schwartz, described the process of authoring Trump's The Art of the Deal, revealing to The New Yorker that he wrote the whole book.

J.K. Rowling has offered President Trump some writing advice after spotting a glaring typo in a tweet - which boasted about his writing ability. "I capitalise certain words only for emphasis, not b/c they should be capitalised!" Rowling's successive "haha" tweets went on to show that the author has no love for Trump, whom she hailed as the "Gratest Writer on earth".

Instead of typing "pore over", which means careful studying, the billionaire president typed 'pour over, ' which has nothing to do with studying.

Best-selling author Rowling picked up on the unfortunate typo, retweeting it and writing "hahaha" over and over in a series of tweets.

Merriam-Webster Dictionary's Twitter account also felt the importance to point out the grammatical difference between "pore and "pour".

Trolls kicked into action after the supremely confident President issued a tweet, hitting out at those who combed through his words looking for mistakes.

Her hilarity was prompted by a tweet the USA president posted attacking "Fake News" and explaining his idiosyncratic use of capital letters.

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. He misspells "pore" in the tweet.

Last year, Mr Trump had tweeted "despite the constant negative press covfefe" leading to widespread trolling and laughter at the US President's expense.

Vehement Trump critic and young adult author famous for having written the Harry Potter novels takes to Twitter to roast the American president.



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