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Writer Stephen King and television host Bill Maher shook hands at the Amazon Fishbowl with Bill Maher Shop during the 2006 Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah, Jan. 23, 2006. Getty Images

Author Stephen King took to Twitter on Saturday to provide his own "conspiracy theories" in a series of tweets in order to mock President Donald Trump's wiretapping allegations against former President Barack Obama.

The horror novelist, inspired by Trump's dramatic narrative in tweets, speculated his own theory where he imagined that Obama was still hidden somewhere in the White House building and that he not only installed the wiretap in Trump's office personally, but also stole ice cream from the White House.

King's tweets resembled the president's distinctive style. He smartly incorporated Trump's style by capitalizing words for emphasis and included his trademark way to sign-off by writing: "SAD!"

Trump accused the Obama administration of wiretapping his phones in a series of tweets Saturday where he said Obama used "McCarthyism," and "Nixon/Watergate"-style dirty tricks. He also called Obama a "bad (or sick) guy." However, after these serious accusations, Trump has not yet offered evidence to show that his phones were tapped last year.

Obama's spokesman Kevin Lewis was prompt to deny the claims and called the allegations false. Lewis said that the Obama administration had never been ordered to wiretap any U.S. citizen. "A cardinal rule of the Obama administration was that no White House official ever interfered with any independent investigation led by the Department of Justice," Lewis added.

King, 69, has been critical of the president from the time of the presidential elections. He extensively used Twitter to express his opinion on matters such as Trump's travel ban and his brawl with the press. In October 2016, King wrote on Twitter that he was writing a new horror story in which "there was a man named Donald Trump and he ran for president."

On Friday, King said that the Trump administration reminded him of Tom Arnold's 1996 movie, "The Stupids."

"All politics aside, the Trump administration reminds me of that Tom Arnold movie, THE STUPIDS. Really, you guys, this is embarrassing," King told the New Zealand Herald.