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Here’s How Stephen King Served Trump a Cold Dish of Revenge

It has been more than two months since horror author Stephen King joined Donald Trump’s infamous list of blocked Twitter accounts. Stern and steadfast as he is, King did not give up trolling and continued to voice his dislike of the President. 


Yesterday, King finally sought vengeance through one tweet:


This post is a reference to recent adaptation of King’s novels; while Mr. Mercedes is a 10-episode-long detective story, IT is originally based on King’s 1986 novel of the same name featuring the most terrifying clown of all time.


However serious the author sounds, how exactly this form of ‘blocking’ can be carried out remains uncertain. Nevertheless, his opposition against the President of the United States has gained more than 60,000 retweets and 200,000 likes. 


Feature image courtesy of Time Magazine and The Fiscal Times