J.K. Rowling Taking Shot At President Trump Via His Signature

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Mike Brest Reporter
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J.K. Rowling, the author of the Harry Potter series, tweeted Wednesday a photo of President Trump signing the memorandum removing the United States from the Iran Deal and mocked his trademark XL signature.

When President Trump signed the memo, he turned the document around for reporters to photograph, and his signature was prominent on the page. (RELATED: Rowling Issues Half-Hearted Apology After Pushing Trump Lie For 3 Days)

Rowling’s second photo described someone who signs their name large as “an arrogant person” who “needs to exhibit complements and recognition.”

It also said, “the insecurity and inferiority complex and lack of self-esteem may be compensated with a large writing. When the signature is larger than the text, this reflects pride, consciousness of self-value and on the negative side it shows the individual has more  ambitions than real possibilities.”

The study of the psychology behind handwriting is called graphology. The way someone writes can supposedly indicate specific characteristics about a person.

This is not the first time J.K. Rowling has come after the president. Back in 2015, during the campaign, then-candidate Trump was labeled as the “Lord Voldemort” by BBC. She then retweeted that and added that the president is worse than the villain of the Harry Potter series. (RELATED: J.K. Rowling Apologizes For Falsely Saying Trump Ignored A Disabled Boy)