Since the release of Harry Potter & The Deathly Hallows, JK Rowling's left the Wizarding World behind her.
Oh no, wait, she totally didn't. Pottermore has become one of the most widely-visited sites on the entire Internet and has continued on the whole thing since then. Therefore, it should come as no surprise that Rowling's working on a brand new series of short stories to tie in with the release of Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them in November 2016.
Magic In America, released exclusively on Pottermore.com, will tell the rich history of magic in America. Beginning with the Native Americans all the way up to the Civil War and beyond, the series will open the Wizarding World in a way like never before and detail what magic might look like in America.
How much you wanna bet that the KKK will be the US equivalent of the Death Eaters? In fact, Rowling pretty much stated she based the Death Eaters' outfits on KKK garb. Each day, Pottermore will be updated with a different piece of American magical history written by Rowling herself; the first one today talks about the Native Americans and the animagi - which are basically like skinwalkers.
Also, we're at least 80% sure that Donald Trump is going to be revealed as a some sort of magical troll that lives off the hatred of others. Has to be, right?