JK Rowling Trolls Trump on Twitter With ‘Alice In Wonderland’ Quote

This isn’t the first time the “Harry Potter” author has gone after the president

“Harry Potter” author J.K. Rowling responded to President Trump’s morning Twitter tirade by quoting “Alice in Wonderland.”

Trump took to Twitter early Friday morning to slam the “fake media” and suggest that he might cancel all future press briefings and replace them with written handouts “for the sake of accuracy.”

Rowling took a screen grab of Trump’s tweets and added a quote from Lewis Carroll’s classic.

This isn’t the first time Rowling has mocked Trump and once compared him to Lord Voldemort, who is an evil character in her “Harry Potter” books.

Trump going on early morning Twitter tirades is nothing new, but Friday’s messages appear particularly heated. He also threatened recently fired FBI Director James Comey, writing he “better hope” there aren’t tapes of their previous conversations.

Earlier this week, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey said he thinks President Trump’s tweets are “really important” because they push “conversations out in the open rather than behind closed doors.”

“I believe it’s really important to hear directly from our leadership. And I believe it’s really important to hold them accountable,” Dorsey told NBC’s Willie Geist.

It’s safe to assume Rowling disagrees with the Twitter CEO.