As Donald Trump met with French President emmanuel macron at the White House on Tuesday, he did his best to make his guest look "perfect." After wiping dandruff off his Macron's jacket, Trump quickly went viral once again.

Trump on Macron

Ever since the day Donald Trump kicked off his campaign for president back in June 2015, he's found himself in the headlines and often for all the wrong reasons. It's become commonplace for the former host of "The Apprentice" to lash out at his political opponents, members of the mainstream media, Hollywood critics, and even some in his own Republican Party.

When it comes to other world leaders, Trump has not held back his criticism, with the lone exception being Russian President Vladimir Putin. At the White House on Tuesday, Trump welcomed French President Emmanuel Macron as his guest.

After arriving in the Oval Office to meet with reporters, Donald Trump stood next to Emmanuel Macron and appeared to praise the French president. "Mr. President, they are all saying what a great relationship we have," Trump said to Macron about the media's reporting. "They're actually correct. It's not fake news. Finally, it's not fake news," he said. "We do have a very special relationship. In fact, I'll get this little piece of dandruff off," Trump said, while wiping away at Macron's jacket. "We have to make him perfect," Trump said of Macron. Once the video made the rounds on social media, it didn't take long before those who oppose the commander the commander in chief decided to add their thoughts [VIDEO], as pointed out by Mediaite on April 24.

Twitter erupts

Following Donald Trump flicking dandruff off the French president's jacket, critics on Twitter made sure to hit back [VIDEO]. "No, this isn’t an SNL skit, it’s Trump telling Macron he has dandruff on his suit and wiping it off," Roland Scahill tweeted out.

"2018 power move: Publicly comment on foreign leader's possibly imaginary dandruff, wipe it off his shoulder," Daniel Dale posted on Twitter. "If there's anything that strengthens relations between two countries, it's pointing out dandruff," Dave Brown wrote.

"Aggressive handshakes have been replaced by brushing off flakes of dandruff as Trump-Macron alpha moves," Kevin Liptak added.

"That’s gotta be the first time a prez has dusted off dandruff at a photo op w another foreign head of state," Anna Palmer added on social media. The mockery continued as Donald Trump and Emmanuel Macron met at the White House.