President Trump and Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe met in the White House today at the start of two days of talks between the two leaders. The men began with a seated handshake in the Oval Office. Actually, handshake might not be the right word. An extended period of uncomfortable-looking hand-holding might be a more apt description.
The handshake went on for about 30 seconds, and Trump reportedly complimented Abe’s “strong” handshake afterward. Which … yeah nope, I got nothing.
It’s a shame xoJane is no more. Prime Minster Abe could team up with Trump’s Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch for a co-byline on “It Happened to Me: President Trump Shook My Hand for a Really, Really Long Time.”