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Author JK Rowling knows what a villain looks like. In her hugely successful Harry Potter series, the English writer has created some of the most disturbing characters to ever grace the page and screen, including he who must not be named.

It’s Lord Voldermort.

There, we said it!

Rowling’s time spent creating nightmare-inducing characters makes her an expert at spotting them in real life. In the case of US President Donald Trump, Rowling knows that the POTUS would be sorted in House Slytherin, and even then, it would be a long shot that the politician would even be admitted to Hogwarts.

Following the deadly attack in London this past weekend, Trump stayed on brand and tweeted that London Mayor Sadiq Khan was offering his people ‘pathetic excuses.’

Like many, Rowling was not impressed by the President’s blatant disregard for Khan’s attempt to comfort his people, or Trump’s lack of respect and compassion towards the seven people killed and 48 injured in the attack. Possibly the only thing the writer has in common with Trump is that she to is outspoken on social media, but in the case of Rowling, she makes great points. Point number one: referring to the POTUS as an ‘alarmist blowhard.’ There’s a reason this woman has sold millions of books.

When asked by a follower how Rowling would feel about a possible visit to the UK by Trump, the English native responded by saying she hopes it doesn’t happen, but if Trump does come to the UK, his tweets should be plastered all over the city to remind locals of his ‘support’ or lack thereof.

Knowing a future visit from the POTUS would probably include Trump backtracking on his comments and vocalizing support for the people of London, Rowling recommends reminding her fellow Englishmen about the President misquoting and chastising Khan.

Building a hugely successful career around the power of words, Rowling also corrected the media claiming that the UK is ‘reeling’ after the terror attacks, correcting the New York Times and explaining that ‘reeling’ and ‘grief’ are different things.

We know she’s a Brit, but JK Rowling 2020.