Considering how often King has criticized Trump on Twitter, it's not that surprising that the president is blocking the author.
It didn't take long for Donald Trump and the mainstream media to engage in a heated war or words that eventually escalated into a full blown feud.
The former host of "The Apprentice" didn't just reserve his Twitter outbursts for politics, however, as he would also use it to attack celebrities and entertainment outlets that were critical of his campaign.
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To the first point, the two people that were blocked can still access these tweets not only from the thousands of retweets they receive from countless other accounts or news publications, but by simply creating another account from which to follow Trump. If she was, who'd be the hero to Trump-blocked best-selling genre-changing authors everywhere?
King, 69, frequently tweeted about Trump during his run for President, and has continued to do so since he was elected to the American seat of power in November.
President Trump has blocked Stephen King on Twitter, the bestselling author said on Tuesday.
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Honestly, we're kind of surprised Rowling hasn't been blocked already, but we're definitely not complaining. Recently, King tweeted a dig at Ivanka Trump and disparaged the Cabinet.
Hopefully Trump doesn't figure it out and block Rowling, too.
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