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Diplomacy is an art. It can also be awkward. In a very public example of this fine line, it wasn't the warm relationship between President Donald Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe that lit up the reactions on social media Friday.
The viral moments continued during a photo op in the Oval Office, when Japanese media asked the two to shake hands. Trump pulled Abe's hand closer, patted it several times and held on for 19 seconds, according to the foreign press. When they completed the handshake, Trump pulled away and Abe made a regrettable facial expression.
"Strong hands," Trump said to Abe as the media left the room.