J.K. Rowling Claimed Trump Snubbed Disabled Child, But Look at What Happened [VIDEO]

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JK Rowling Claimed Trump Snubbed Disabled Child But Look at What Happened VIDEO
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“Harry Potter” author J.K. Rowling hasn’t quite warmed up to the idea of President Donald Trump. Rowling spoke out against the president’s alleged travel ban and on Friday, was appalled again after she saw a clip of him seemingly ignoring a disabled child:

In a series of tweets, the famed author lambasted Trump for his alleged blatant discrimination against someone who “does not resemble” the president himself:

While Rowling is correct that Trump did not shake the boy’s hand at that moment, the short clip she based her conclusions off of doesn’t tell the full story.

After Vice President Mike Pence introduced the president, Trump walked over to the boy and bent down. At one point he seemed to quickly ask the boy’s mother a question and then knelt down to eye level with the boy, who he spent a few seconds with — more time than the rest of the children he greeted.

Twitter users were quick to notice the contrast between Rowling’s comments and Trump’s treatment of the boy as he entered the room.

Peabody award winning actor Nick Searcy asked why she was lying about the encounter:

To almost no one’s surprise, the man Rowling once told to “f**k off” joined the conversation:

Syndicated radio host John Cardillo called her tweets “lies”:

The three-year-old boy is named Monty and July 24 wasn’t the first time he paid the president a visit:

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

According to First Lady Melania Trump’s Instagram, Monty spent his birthday, which took place last month, at the White House as well.

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Source: conservativefighters.com

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