By Jessica Goodman
October 10, 2016 at 03:20 PM EDT
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J.K. Rowling has been known to throw some bows at Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump — remember when she compared him to Voldemort? — and after Sunday’s town hall debate, the Harry Potter author took aim at Trump again on Twitter.

“The key question, right there, for voters in every democracy. Not ‘who is he?’ but ‘who are we?'” she wrote. She then commented on Trump’s response to the leaked Access Hollywood video in which he was caught on tape making lewd comments about women with Billy Bush. “It’s just words,” Trump had said after Hillary Clinton discussed the video in the opening moments of the debate. “Trump says ‘just words, folks,'” Rowling tweeted. “It’s his accusation and his defense. Words don’t matter. Facts don’t matter. If they don’t, we’re all lost.”

She then mocked Trump and the video and tweeted, “‘It’s your fault I didn’t pay taxes, Hillary. Women let you do anything when you’re a star.'”

Before the debate even began, Rowling spoke out about the video and Trump’s apology, in which he called the comments “locker room talk.”

“The men rushing to tell us all that they talk about women exactly the way @realDonaldTrump did in his tape seem to think they’re helping,” Rowling wrote.