Barron Trump autism video has been circulating claiming the presidential son might have been diagnosed with the mental condition.
Now, first lady Melania Trump is threatening to sue the people behind the circulation of Barron Trump autism video.
The video, entitled “Barron Trump Autistic?” is made by YouTuber James Hunter, claiming the presidential-son’s behavior in public appearances are akin to symptoms of people with autism.
Barron Trump autism video a form of bullying?
He highlighted how Barron Trump seemed to clap but his hands where not slapping.
Melania Trump’s lawyer Charles J. Harder said that Barron Trump did it once. However, he cleared that “vast majority of the time, he claps normally.”
Barron yawning and grimacing normal for a 10-year-old child, if they are participating in something as tedious as election campaigns, the lawyer said, as US Weekly reported.
“The video includes the hashtag ‘StopTheBullying’ but yet the video itself is bullying by making false statements and speculation about a 10-year-old boy for the purpose of harassing him and his parents,” the laywer said in his statement.
“The online bullying of children, including Barron Trump, should end now.”
Rosie O’Donell in trouble for sharing Barron Trump autism video?
TMZ meanwhile mentioned that the lawyers also called out Rosie O’Donell, who shared the video to her Twitter fans.
Rosie O’Donell, who is vocal on going against president-elect Donald Trump, said she never meant to pick on his son when she shared Barron Trump autism video.
TMZ added that “Melania is outraged and is serious about going after the person who posted the video if he doesn’t take it down.”
There has not been any confirmation if Melania Trump will sue Rosie O’Donell for sharing the video as well.
The YouTuber has already released his statement saying he will take down the Barron Trump autism video and that he never meant to hurt anyone.