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Poland’s First Lady Pulls A Melania, Totally Ignores Donald Trump’s Hand

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Melania Trump is no longer the only First Lady who doesn't like touching Donald Trump's hand.

During his visit to Poland on June 7, Donald went in for a handshake with Polish First Lady, Agata Kornhauser-Duda, wife of President Andrzej Duda.

And instead of reciprocating the move, Agata went straight past him and shook Melania's hand instead, leaving him hanging.

In the video, the President looks taken aback as Agata passes him to go for the First Lady's hand.

In May, the mogul had a similar moment when Melania looked as if she was swatting his hand away while they were on a trip to Tel Aviv.

The video has been interpreted in many ways, but people were quick to assume Melania didn't want to touch her husband's hand.

Trump has had many awkward hand moments since he began his highly-publicized run for office.

In February, Trump met with Japanese Prime Minister, Shinzō Abe, and made what should have been a short handshake into something way too long and possibly painful (due to the look on Shinzō's face afterward).

In May, Israel's Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, tried to shake Trump's hand and was denied until someone on staff forced the interaction.

And then there was this strong-armed shake with the President of Tajikistan, Emomali Rahmon.

Apparently, even non-hand interactions are complicated for the President as well.

In June, Trump looked awkward when India's Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, went in for a simple hug.

Author J.K. Rowling had no good things to say about the President after he was seen allegedly shoving aside Dusko Markovic, the Prime Minister of Montenegro.

The full clip of the interaction with the Polish First Lady does show that she eventually shook his hand, but we don't blame her for delaying it after the other moments he's had when it comes to meeting world leaders.