Twitter again erupts over Trump's 'awkward' handshake, this time with Neil Gorsuch

President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch was sworn in on Monday, ending what many deemed a grueling confirmation process in order to fill late Justice Antonin Scalia's vacant seat.

But it was the president's handshake with the new justice that sent Twitter users wild with reactions.

"Trump, again, with the weird yanking handshake," a user captioned a clip of the exchange between the two at the closing remarks of Gorsuch's swearing-in.

The ceremony began as tradition dictates, Gorsuch took the standard oath affirmed by all federal employees at the first ceremony before his swearing-in at the second ceremony later that morning. But at the conclusion of the second ceremony, the camera's capture of Gorsuch and Trump shaking hands caused the internet to light up with reactions.

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See more reactions here:

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Twitter pokes fun at how Donald Trump shakes hands
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Twitter pokes fun at how Donald Trump shakes hands
#Gorsuch has learned the Trump handshake #TrumpYank - Let's hope that's all he picks up from him #resist… https://t.co/PleeMoFxJU
@CBCAlerts He immediately tries Trump's move of pulling Justice Kennedy towards him in the handshake ! Whaaaaaa?
And there's another awkward handshake from #Trump to #Gorsuch. What is with this guy and his inability to properly shake another man's hand?
Christ the look of sublime relief on Gorsuch's face when Trump gave him a normal handshake.
The Trump/Gorsuch post-event handshake clocks-in at over 10 secs
At 0:55, Gorsuch tries to mimic Trump's handshake. Kennedy, though, stands firm. https://t.co/J7uB45BXKu
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