Video: When far-right men meet, women are left behind! Watch Trump & Czech PM startling their wives
Washington, March 11: There is no dearth of awkward moments captured by the camera between US President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania in public in little over two years in office. Last week, the world remained witness to yet another such moment between the two and it was a reason for a laugh, yet again.
It so happened that the Trumps were waiting outside the White House to receive the prime minister of the Czech Republic - Andrej Babis and his wife Monika Babisova.
There, after greeting the tourists, President Trump seemed to have momentarily forget about his wife (and also Babis, his own wife) and they walked into the White House, leaving behind the women startled.
Melania's body language was more suggestive of the fact that the two leaders' departure without taking into account their existence had indeed surprised her. Monika too shrugged her shoulders.
But Donald Trump cares little for the world. Doesn't he?
The video of the incident was posted by Politico in social media and it received quite a few reactions.
President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania welcomed Prime Minister Andrej Babis and Mrs. Monika Babisova of the Czech Republic for their first official visit to the White House pic.twitter.com/Gq6RL8n47t— POLITICO (@politico) March 7, 2019
Czech PM Andrej Babis is called "Czech Trump"
the visit by Babis and his wife to the White House was the first by a Czech head of government in eight years and it was indeed a meeting of the 'like-minded' since Babis is also a billionaire businessman like Trump and was also dubbed by Forbes magazine as the "Czech Trump" and has his share of controversies, just like the American president.
"Our countries have been allies since the US helped to establish the First Republic (Czechoslovakia) 100 years ago. We are allies in NATO, we are commemorating the 20th anniversary of the country's entry to NATO this year; our soldiers are fighting alongside US soldiers against international terrorists. Our business relations are growing, our investors are investing in the US and have already created thousands of jobs." Radio Prague quoted Babis, who took office in 2017, the same year as Trump, in a report.
He also addressed Trump to say that like the latter who wanted to make American great again, he also wanted to make the Czech Republic great again.