J.K. Rowling has let the world know in recent weeks how she feels about United States President Donald Trump.
At the end of June she used a quote of 18 words to put down his obvious inability to take criticism.
She's often criticised for commenting on the US Presidency, as people cite her Scottish nationality as a reason she shouldn't be allowed to draw her considerable following's attention to an issue.
She has a response for this line of criticism too.
Some people continued her point, agreeing that Trump has done much to destabilise elements of international co-operation:
Former Governor of California and Republican Arnold Schwarzenegger made a similar point when he joined current Governor of California, Democrat Jerry Brown, to cheer the extension of a programme to reduce fossil fuel emissions earlier in the week.
He told the crowd:
America is fully in the Paris agreement. There's only one man that dropped out. America did not drop out.
He also pointed to bipartisan support that enabled the extension of the programme for another ten years:
This is a very important message. A message that we have a functional government in California where Democrats and Republicans work together.
J.K. Rowling continued her narrative against Trump on Thursday, tweeting a riposte to alt-right talking head Tomi Lahren: