‘Harry Potter’ Writer J.K. Rolling And TV Personality Piers Morgan Clashes Over American Politics On Twitter

By Johny Smith on Feb 15, 2017 11:28 AM EST

Harry Potter writer J.K Rowling and British personality Piers Morgan engage on a head to head battle via Twitter. A flurry of tweets flooded the social media site as Rowling and Morgan debated over American Politics. With amusement, the rest of the world watched.

Fox News reports about the Twitter war between author J.K. Rowling and TV personality Piers Morgan. The two personalities who are both British by the way went against each other with a tons of tweets. And the culprit behind the Twitter war? American politics.

During his appearance in "Real Time with Bill Maher" on HBO last Friday, Piers Morgan defended the U.S. Government after President Donald Trump signs the travel ban against Muslim. In the episode, Morgan engages in a discussion with Australian comic Jim Jefferies as they discussed Trump executive order.

According to Morgan, the executive order was nowhere near a Muslim ban. Jefferies responds by directing cussword at him. That's when J.K. Rowling tweets that hearing Jefferies' swear against Morgan was "satisfying".

According to CTV News, as soon as Piers Morgan knew about J.K. Rowling's tweet, he fires back by calling her most famous piece a "drivel". In response, J.K. Rowling tweets again and calls Morgan an "amoral".

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From their tweets, it can be inferred that Morgan was referring to the iconic "Harry Potter" series written by Rowling. The movie adaptation of the top-selling series of books enjoyed the same faith with its blockbuster sales.

In one of his tweets, Morgan mentions that Rowling was backing Ed Miliband, Remain & Hillary up before sarcastically dropping how being so wrong so often requires much wizardry. J.K. Rolling fires back saying that if only Morgan was able to read her famous work, he would probably know that bullies get burned alive.

Fans and netizens who share the same views and sentiments instantly backed Rolling and Morgan. Whose side are you on?

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