Are these correct in American English?

1)Who eats cupcakes? It is incorrect to say "Who does eat cupcakes?",right?

2)Who writes books? IT is in correct to say "Who does write books?",right?

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Yes, these are odd questions but correctly said:
Who eats cupcakes? Who writes books?

If you want to use "does," you should name the actor.
Does Jack eat cupcakes? Does anyone eat cupcakes?

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bassaIt is incorrect to say "Who does eat cupcakes?", right?
In most cases it is incorrect. But there is a way you can use it, and it's like this:

-- Does Susan eat cupcakes?
-- No.
-- Does Larry eat cupcakes?
-- No.
-- Does Steve eat cupcakes?
-- No.
-- Does Laura eat cupcakes?
-- No.
-- Well! Who does eat cupcakes? (Stress the word does.)

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You seem That you don't like cupcakes.
bassaYou seem That It seems that you don't like cupcakes.
No. It's not what you think. It's the other people who don't like them. I'm trying to give them away but nobody wants one. Emotion: smile

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