Washington sources have made a statement that in a video that is reminiscent of May 2017, US President Donald Trump fumbles awkwardly as he tries to hold First Lady Melania Trump’s hand and fails, yet again. Meanwhile needless to say the video has gone viral taking the internet by a rib-tickling storm. According to sources Trump and Melania were proceeding to board Marine One as they were set to travel to Ohio from the White House.
Meanwhile the video shared by NBC News shows the two walking towards the aircraft. Melania’s long yellow overcoat is deceivingly draped over her shoulders leading the President to mistakenly grab her sleeves instead of her hand. Further Donald Trump makes several uncomfortable attempts to hold the First Lady’s hand and the awkward moment slides as they continue towards the aircraft.
Furthermore according to sources it was stated that some even went so
far as to project the whole incident as a deliberate move by the First Lady.
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