The other day, Donald Trump was in the Philippines for the ASEAN summit (The Association of Southeast Asian Nations), where he had the relatively simple task of shaking hands with Vietnam's Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc and Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte. But, due to Trump's, ahem, history with hand-shaking (opens in new tab) (a relatively normal social interaction for most people), things got weird:
Like, so, so weird:
Don't worry, there's a video:
Things got a bit awkward as Pres. Trump posed with world leaders for a group handshake at the beginning of the ASEAN summit in the Philippines. https://t.co/HZW5UwO6Gb pic.twitter.com/2bZnkTtrCyNovember 13, 2017
Understandably, the internet simply couldn't deal. It was just too much for everyone on a Sunday night, you know?
What. The. Hell. Is. Happening. pic.twitter.com/CllyBFyW6CNovember 13, 2017
good luck to whoever has three weeks to get this regional production of Mamma Mia! into shape pic.twitter.com/eCZ81VxbMiNovember 13, 2017
Guess he never played twister?😉In Asia, Trump briefly baffled by group handshake https://t.co/0fxcVBtwLdNovember 13, 2017
As you were, internet, that is if you can ever recover from this.
Mehera Bonner is a news writer who focuses on celebrities and royals.
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