The American President was analysed after he held on to the Japanese Prime Minister, Shinzo Abe’s hand for 19 seconds.
Mr Trump then patted the leaders hand before Mr Abe was left reeling from the aggressive encounter.
However on Monday the billionaire welcomed Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, as the pair both greeted strongly in a heated introduction.
After the stalemate, the US President invited Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to the White House who was also greeted in a strong manner.
Donald Trump greeting Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the White House
In the footage, Mr Netanyahu got out of the car and strolled over to shake the American leader’s hand as the wives also greeted.
The President and Mr Netanyahu shared a strong handshake before Mr Trump slapped the Israeli leader on the arm a number of times.
At the press conference later on Wednesday, Mr Trump said he would make Middle East peace a priority, but insisted that he does not care what the deal will ultimately look like.
Mr Trump is thought to be happy accepting a one or two state solution in Israel.
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US President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump welcome Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his wife, Sara, as they arrive at the White House in Washington
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Speaking at the press conference, he said: “Our administration is committed to working with Israel and our common allies in the region towards greater security and stability.
“That includes working toward a peace agreement between Israel and the Palestinians.
“The United States will encourage a peace and really a great peace deal. We'll be working on it very, very diligently. Very important to me also, something we want to do.
“But it is the parties themselves who must directly negotiate such an agreement. We'll be beside them. We'll be working with them.”
The President also added that Washington was working on moving the US embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, a controversial policy.
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