President Donald Trump and U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May are at it again, holding hands in public.
The president is on a four-day political visit to the country and was climbing the red-carpeted steps of Blenheim Palace on Thursday evening, where a black-tie dinner is set to take place in Trump’s honor.
As the pair walked ahead of their two spouses, May offered the president her arm and he grabbed her hand.
May and Trump were famously mocked in January 2017, during the prime minister’s visit to the White House, when the two first awkwardly held hands.
Understandably then, Twitter immediately lit up in response at Thursday’s repeat incident.
Oh yeah – and she held his hand again. WTF is that – has anyone ever seen Trump or May hold hands with any other leaders? #TheresaTheAppeaser
— Hamish the PolarBear (@HamishTPB) July 12, 2018
Why does Donald Trump like to hold hands with world leaders? Happened again tonight at Blenheim Palace with Theresa May and when she visited the White House pre ioiy. Can't Donald manage steps on his own?
— Barry Tango (@urbanmode) July 12, 2018
On Friday morning, the two world leaders will meet to discuss policy and trade. Trump arrived to mass demonstrations protesting his visit.