Acclaimed author JK Rowling has mocked Donald Trump for his posts, likening the president's way of writing to the speech of a school yard bully.
Responding to a tweet from the president accusing the New York Times of being “fake news”, the Harry Potter author said Mr Trump's message to that of a boastful child with a poor grasp of the English language, and very few friends.
“I don't care what Kids at School call me because they are all Disgusting Fake Losers and my Real Friends go to a different Scool you haven't heard of and they think Im the Coolest and Smartest and we go to parties and I don't have to tell you there Names for this to be True,” Rowling wrote in the tweet, purposefully imitating the president's tendency to capitalise words inappropriately, and his frequent grammatical and spelling errors.”
Mr Trump had tweeted to attack a report the New York Times had written that suggested White House counsel Donald McGahn has been cooperating extensively with special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election and possible collusion with Trump campaign officials.
《纽约时报》曾经报道过，特别顾问Robert Mueller在调查俄罗斯干预2016年美国大选并可能勾结川普竞选团队的案件时，白宫律师Donald McGahn就参与其中。川普发推特专门抨击了这则报道。
In a series of tweets, Mr Trump confirmed that he had authorised Mr McGahn's cooperation with the investigation — saying he had "nothing to hide” — but suggesting that the article had falsely implied that Mr McGahn had “turned” on him.
In response to the allegations of fake news coming from Mr Trump, the New York Times released a statement saying that the paper stands behind the story, and the two reporters who wrote it.