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J K Rowling, creator of the Harry Potter franchise, is a dab hand at Twitter.
She's earned a reputation on the website for pithy one liners, put downs and messages of hope.
Last Friday Donald Trump signed an executive order from seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the US for at least 90 days.
As a result, people have been referring to the travel ban as a 'Muslim ban'.
A federal judge in Brooklyn stayed Trump's executive order with a ruling that prevented the Government from deporting arrivals.
The United States refugee admissions programme was suspended for 120 days and Syrian refugees have been banned indefinitely.
Calls to ban Muslims from entering the U.S. are offensive and unconstitutional. — Governor Mike Pence (@Governor Mike Pence)
'For what will it profit a man if he gains the whole world and forfeits his soul?'
Matthew 16:26 https://t.co/cYFglX3yRW — J.K. Rowling (@J.K. Rowling)
When I worked for Amnesty International in the 80s, these were the kind of stories told by political prisoners in d… https://t.co/e2lpxz3mTv — J.K. Rowling (@J.K. Rowling)
In - Free - Countries - Anyone - Can - Talk - About - Politics.
Try sounding out the syllables aloud, or ask a flu… https://t.co/jeMAiY8aph — J.K. Rowling (@J.K. Rowling)
I love you people. Half my timeline right now is pointing out that Harry Potter never turned anyone into a frog & that Hermione was the nerd — J.K. Rowling (@J.K. Rowling)
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