An nine-year-old boy who helped inspire federal legislation giving the terminally-ill the ‘Right to Try’ experimental drugs stole the show on Wednesday at a bill signing event. The boy, Indiana’s Jordan McLinn, left his wheelchair to stand at the president’s side as Donald Trump inked his name to the legislation. While the president was passing out signing pens to the event’s participants, the boy repeatedly went in for a hug. After several attempt’s the president rewarded him with an embrace and a kiss.
A nine-year-old boy with muscular dystrophy melted hearts across the country when he hugged President Donald Trump at the Right to Try Act signing on Wednesday.