J.K. Rowling and Chris Evans take on Trump's Twitter typos

Jeremy Belanger
Producer, Yahoo Entertainment

Over the weekend, the New York Times reported that White House counsel Don McGahn had cooperated with the Mueller investigation. President Trump used his all-too-familiar tactic of tweeting a bunch of grievances, but if you look closely, the president misspelled the word “counsel.”

He misspelled the subject of his tweets, and celebrities were happy to point that out.


Actor Chris Evans’s reply referenced Back to the Future’s not-so-smart-villain while trying to understand how the president could misspell a word he must hear constantly throughout a day.


But author J.K. Rowling had a creative way to satirize Trump’s tweets. In a perfectly misspelled tweet, she wrote:


Now, Trump’s history of spelling errors isn’t exactly unprecedented, or should we say “unpresidented.” Besides last year’s covfefe incident, Trump tweeted in July that the “Fake News constantly likes to pore over my tweets looking for a mistake,” but in his original tweet, he mistakenly used “pour.”


And J.K. Rowling reacted like everyone else who passed the sixth grade.


Watch celebs have their revenge on Twitter with #ShareYourRejections.

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