Social media was abuzz on Thursday after another video emerged of an awkward moment surrounding President Trump's body language at a NATO summit in Brussels.
After a video of Trump appearing to push past another European leader to get a prominent position at the NATO gathering went viral, another clip surfaced that seemed to show France's newly elected president, Emmanuel Macron, dodging his U.S. counterpart's handshake attempt.
In the 1-minute clip, Macron is seen walking up a blue carpet to a group of world leaders, including Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany. At first, the French leader appears to be making a move for Trump, whose hands are outstretched in a way that suggests a warm welcome.
But, at the last moment, Macron makes a beeline for Merkel instead, then shaking hands with a few other world leaders before partaking in another socially scrutinized handshake-off with the U.S. president.
The French president shared a video of the encounter on his Twitter account Thursday.
— Emmanuel Macron (@EmmanuelMacron) May 25, 2017
Though it is unclear as to whether or not Macron's swerve was deliberate, the moment arrives after another buzzed-about, rather fierce handshake between the two earlier this week.
Macron's post has since gone viral, with many of his followers seeming to appreciate his apparent snub towards Trump: