On the second overseas trip of U.S. President Donald Trump, First Lady Melania Trump did not swat or refuse the hand of her husband this time. Another first lady, however, appears to have snubbed Trump’s handshake.

The New York Daily News reported that Polish First Lady Agata Kornhauser-Duda just went past the U.S. president during a photoshoot after he delivered a speech in Warsaw. Cameras caught Duda head straight to Melania for a handshake.

Trump smirks

The apparent snub was caught by news cameras as the president is seen showing a slight smirk while the two first ladies talked.

Duda actually gave Donald a one-second handshake after she shook the hand of Melania, but the camera angles from some media imply that Duda ignored his hand, Mashable reported. Duda’s handshake with Melania, however, was prolonged while the two appeared to chat.

The incident gave the press another handshake story to write about Trump whose hand Melania swatted when they were in Tel Aviv. The next day, she ignored his hand when the couple disembarked from Air Force One at the airport in Rome. Twitter users also posted comments on the seemingly missed handshake.

Merkel handshake

Time noted that when German Chancellor Angela Merkel visited the White House a few months ago, Trump did not shake her hand then, which was noticed by the media.

Mashable reported that on Thursday, the two finally had a handshake, and the event was captured by the media step-by-step.

Trump’s handshakes with world leaders have been observed by the media.

When he shook the hand of the new French President Emmanuel Macron at the G-7 meeting, both their knuckles turned white because of their firm grip on each other’s hands.

The media also documented and analyzed Trump’s handshake with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, and Chinese President Xi Jinping.

The media will definitely monitor the handshake between Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin because this is their first face-to-face meeting on the sidelines of the G20 summit.

Their personal encounter comes at a time when Trump, who has previously denied that there was Russian meddling in the 2016 U.S. election, just admitted in Poland that Russia and other nations interfered. Beyond the handshake, what the world is waiting for is the exchange of words between the two leaders while Trump undergoes a probe by special counsel Robert Mueller and his team for collusion with Moscow.