Stephen King says Trump blocked him on Twitter

Add another section to author Stephen King’s visit criticisms of Trump — he’s apparently been blocked from the President’s Twitter page.

King, who frequently lampoons Trump on social media, suggested Tuesday he’s no longer means to review Trump’s posts to the website.

“Trump has blocked me from reading his tweets,” King tweeted. “I may have to kill myself.”

King, 69, frequently tweeted about Trump during his run for president, and has continued to do so given he was inaugurated to the American chair of energy last November.

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The horror writer had even shared two tweets about the President within the 24 hours before he announced he’d been blocked, including one that reads: “If Ivanka Trump had grown up in plantation country, like some of us, she’d know her father is reaping accurately what he sowed.”

Earlier this month, meanwhile, King wrote, “Can we have Obama back? Please?”

It’s misleading if President Trump himself blocked King, or either a member of his organisation did.

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When someone gets blocked on Twitter, they are no longer means to follow, see tweets or respond to tweets from the user that blocked them.

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Moments after King suggested he’d been blocked, “Harry Potter” author — and associate Trump censor — J.K. Rowling positive the “It” creator that she’d approach summary along all of Trump’s tweets to him.

“I still have access. I’ll DM them to you,” she wrote.

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J.K. Rowling volunteered to summary Trump’s tweets to King.

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King is frequency the first person to be explain to be blocked by Trump’s comment on Twitter. Many users have come brazen and pronounced they could no longer perspective Trump’s comment after tweeting at him, including one named Rob Szczerba who recently wrote that the puzzling word Trump tweeted, “covfefe,” is a new season of ice cream.

“When you demeanour at all his responses to tweets … you almost lay back and laugh,” Szczerba after pronounced to CNN. “It was really comical.”

A veterans organisation that has been vicious of Trump called VoteVets also claimed to be blocked on Tuesday.

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