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J.K. Rowling Claimed Trump Snubbed Disabled Child – Here’s What REALLY Happened

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Time to update your tweets, Ms. Rowling.

“Harry Potter” author J.K. Rowling has been a long-time critic of President Trump.  Recently, she spoke out against the travel ban.  On Friday, she lashed out on the appalling behavior the president had towards a disabled child.

To quote her twitter:

Trump imitated a disabled reporter. Now he pretends not to see a child in a wheelchair, as though frightened he might catch his condition.  This monster of narcissism values only himself and his pale reflections. The disabled, minorities, transgender people, the poor, women (unless related to him by ties of blood, and therefore his creations) are treated with contempt, because they do not resemble Trump.  My mother used a wheelchair. I witnessed people uncomfortable around her disability, but if they had a shred of decency they got over it.  So, yes, that clip of Trump looking deliberately over a disabled child’s head, ignoring his outstretched hand, has touched me on the raw.  That man occupies the most powerful office in the free world and his daily outrages against civilised norms are having a corrosive effect.  How stunning, and how horrible, that Trump cannot bring himself to shake the hand of a small boy who only wanted to touch the President.

Rowling is correct.  Trump didn’t shake the child’s hand at that moment.  But watch this clip:

Nick Searcy called her out right away:

Piers Morgan, who Rowling once told to “f*** off”, also joined in:

The disabled boy is named Monty.  Last month, he came to the White House to celebrate his birthday.

Happy belated 3rd bday (yesterday) sweet Monty! Thank you for visiting us at @WhiteHouse today!

A post shared by First Lady Melania Trump (@flotus) on

And guess what?  The mother also responded via Facebook.

How about that for your daily dose of fake news?

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