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Body language expert on what THAT Donald and Melania awkward handshake ...

Donald shook his wife’s hand at an event at at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland.

The 72-year-old attended the army base with former-model Melania.

After Melania introduced her husband the president thanked her with a handshake and directed her offstage. 

Many online commentators seemed to find the choice of formal greeting strange for a couple.

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TV personality Grant Stern posted on Twitter: “Nothing says I love you my wife like a firm handshake and false pleasantries.”

A body language expert has given their view on what the handshake really meant exclusively to 

Judi James, a body language expert, claimed Donald ’s way of addressing his wife looked like an interaction between a pageant host and contestant.

“This greeting ritual with Melania shows both husband and wife snap into a greeting and dismissing ritual that would have looked more at home in a pageant of the 1970s,” Judi said.

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