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J.K. Rowling Tweet About the Trumps Not Being in Slytherin

Nope, That's Not Bacon Sizzling — It's J.K. Rowling's Latest Trump Burn

Time and time again, J.K. Rowling has proven that she's not afraid to freely speak her mind on social media. Although she regularly defends herself against random Twitter trolls of the internet, we can't get enough of when she unabashedly goes after more prominent figures like Piers Morgan and Donald Trump.

Before Trump's inauguration, the bestselling author served up a timely jab that made us all nod our heads in agreement, and now she's back at it again. On March 27, journalist Oliver Willis shared his thoughts on so-called "Slytherin Alumni."

This immediately caught Rowling's attention, as only 10 minutes passed before she fired off her candid response to Willis's claim that Trump, his son, and his son-in-law would be in Slytherin. A true literary genius, Rowling has a way with words, as she showed off her ability to craft a subtle yet notable burn in just a few words.

In her tweet, she's referring to the fact that Hogwarts students have to receive an acceptance letter via owl in order to attend the wizarding school in the first place. Though some may consider the Trumps worthy of those evil green ropes, it's clear that they don't have the magical mojo to belong at Hogwarts. Sorry we're not sorry.

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