J.K. Rowling blew up when she saw a video of Donald Trump seemingly refusing a handshake with a disabled child during a White House event. Hence, the famous author, who is a known critic of the current administration, held no bars and slammed the U.S. president for "[pretending] not to see a child in a wheelchair, as though frightened he might catch his condition."

British novelist accuses Trump of snubbing disabled child

In a separate tweet, J.K. Rowling even labeled the POTUS a "monster of narcissism" who only thinks of himself. She even accused Donald Trump of treating the "disabled, minorities, transgender people, the poor, women" with contempt unless they are related to him.

The "Harry Potter" author even recalled how the president mocked a reporter with a disability during his campaign for the U.S. elections last year. She also cited her own experience to continue her attack against the president and cited how some people felt uncomfortable seeing her mother in a wheelchair. "If they had a shred of decency they got over it," she added.

J.K. Rowling went on to insist that Donald Trump "deliberately" ignored the young boy with a disability who reached out to him for a handshake. Her Twitter tirade immediately spread like a wild fire given the number of followers she has at 11.4 million.

The author, however, was later informed that the video she saw from an anti-Trump account is an edited version that showed little of what really happened during the encounter.

Apparently, the original video proved that the POTUS indeed shook the hand of the disabled boy.

In fact, Donald Trump directly approached his young guest when he stepped inside the room. He even crouched down to his level and talked to him before he greeted anyone else. After the original video emerged in the cyber world, J.K.

Rowling immediately received a surge of hate comments from Donald Trump's supporters.

The 52-year-old novelist quickly deleted her false accusations and remained tight-lipped on the issue until she addressed the matter on Monday. J.K. Rowling returned to Twitter to acknowledge her mistake of failing to check the original footage from the event.

Rowling apologizes to the young boy, but not to Trump

She also realized that she "clearly projected [her] own sensitivities around the issue of disabled people being overlooked or ignored." The author offered her sincerest apologies to those who were offended and specifically mentioned the young boy and his family. J.K. Rowling, however, refused to apologize to Donald Trump, who was the main subject of her outcry.