President Trump is known for his memorable handshakes, and photos circulating from the ASEAN summit are only adding to the reputation. It seems the president got a little crossed up doing the signature ASEAN handshake among world leaders gathered on the Philippines stage. As NPR notes, if you watch video of the good-natured incident, it's not so bad. But still images capturing Trump's facial expressions have become a smash hit (see them in the photo gallery).
One image in particular tweeted by New York Times photographer Doug Mills was going viral, reports the Washington Post, which notes that it might be "revenge" of sorts for Mills, who'd been complaining about paltry access granted to photographers during the Trump trip. Mills wasn't the only pool photographer to publish the awkward images, and the Post suggests that Trump's defenders, perhaps even Trump himself, will point to it as an example of biased coverage. (Read more President Trump stories.)