J.K. Rowling falsely accuses Donald Trump of avoiding shaking the hand of a wheelchair-bound three-year-old boy

Piers Morgan is calling out J.K. Rowling after she hit out at President Donald Trump in a series of tweets where she blasted his apparent refusal to shake the hand of a disabled little boy.

The 71-year-old Republican president had met with a group of ‘victims of Obamacare’ on July 24 before he gave a press conference about health care reform.

The ‘victims’ stood behind the president on stage as he gave his speech.

An edited video seemingly shows Trump taking the stage and avoiding shaking the hand of a a wheelchair-bound boy. That video has since been deleted from Twitter.

That clip sent Rowling on a Twitter rant about the ‘stunning moment’ where she alleged that the president avoided the little boy.

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  • Ed

    J K Rowling had a hard life, did some amazing things through adversity, and now just wants to be part of the “in” crowd… who think like this.

    • Cat-astrophe

      Rich 100th monkey.

  • ontario john

    Its a Russian coverup!!!! I hope the special prosecutor looks into this.

    • Watchman

      That small child is the Russian agent hoping to exchange secret information by a handover during a handshake with Trump. Trump obviously felt that this meeting was too open and refused to hand over the secrets in exchange for his next orders from Putin. /sarc

      • Cat-astrophe

        I think it was an assassination attempt and the gift the child offered Trump had a time release plutonium capsule in it.
        No one has any idea who would have been behind such a plot.

  • Manual Paleologos

    JK Rowling had a phenomenal series of books, but appears to be a one-hit wonder, desperately trying to remain relevant.

    • Millie_Woods

      That’s about it

    • A Hamilton Guy

      I never read her crappy stuff; but then again, I’m too old.

      • Manual Paleologos

        The Potter series was actually pretty good. She captured English Boarding School schtick very well. Each year’s story was written at about the level of that year’s kid. But by the time it was over, she had wrung every bit of charm and neatness out of it.