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Melania just rejected Donald Trump's hand holding. Again.
The Trumps have officially landed in Italy, the latest stop the president's first foreign tour since taking office, and guess what: Melania still doesn't want to hold Donald's hand. Sad! When in Rome... pic.twitter.com/QnW7bl4IRg ? Amanda Wills (@AmandaWills) May 23, 2017 In the clip, Melania and Donald Trump step out of Air Force One after touching down in Rome, waving at those present for the landing. While greeting everyone, Donald Trump tried to hold Melania's hand ... except Melania rejected him, deploying the classic "oops, I'm going to brush my hair out of my eyes now" move we all know from middle school. SEE ALSO: Donald Trump calls Manchester attackers 'evil losers' Melania's rejection comes hot off the heels of a slightly-less-subtle hand swat delivered on a tarmac in Israel. Melania Trump appears to swat Trump's hand away, refusing to hold it https://t.co/hTaZeBwZ1q pic.twitter.com/2IdS1iiicK ? Hollywood Reporter (@THR) May 22, 2017 During that event, Donald tried to hold Melania's hand then too, but Melania noticeably swatted his hand away. WATCH: Cliffside hotel pods offer the ultimate panoramic views at terrifying heights