By now, we’re used to seeing United States President Donald Trump romp about the stage, throw his hands as if he’s been caught in a fit and wiggle his fingers more than a vibrating jelly, but with Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s visit, we saw Trump in action. Frankly, nobody seems to like it.

The Japanese Prime Minister gave an uncomfortable grimace right in front of the camera after shaking hands with Donald Trump. Apparently, in the video, one can see Trump literally pulling Abe’s hand, repeatedly. This is more awkward than the time Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi gave Obama a bear hug.

If you haven’t watched and cringed over the footage yet, here it is:

 

First Published | 12 February 2017 2:55 PM
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