Harry Potter author falsely accuses Trump of ignoring wheelchair-bound boy

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Fiction author J.K. Rowling, known for the “Harry Potter” series, took to Twitter to accuse President Donald Trump of avoiding and ignoring a wheelchair-bound boy during a group greeting. However, the full unedited video proves that Trump indeed did shake the boy’s hand.

Last month on June 24, Trump met with a group of “victims of Obamacare” moments before giving a detailed press conference about health care reform. The victims stood on the stage behind Trump as he gave his televised speech.

According to the billionaire Hollywood author and a conveniently edited video, as Trump was preparing to take the stage, he avoided shaking the hand of a young boy in a wheelchair.

Rowling went on a lengthy, demeaning Twitter rant about the “stunning moment.” She claims Trump avoided the child “as though frightened he might catch his condition.”

Of course, the actual unedited video shows Trump greeting the boy first before the others. In fact, Trump bent down to his eye level and shook his hand enthusiastically. Conveniently, the original video Rowling referenced is now deleted on Twitter.

Rowling has yet to correct her false accusatory tweets on the matter. Below are her tweets and the unedited video which proves her WRONG.

Below is the UNEDITED VIDEO which clearly proves President Trump went straight to the child in the wheelchair before he spoke with anyone else.

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