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Tags: President Donald Trump | First Lady Melania Trump | Polish President Andrzej Duda | Agata Kornhauser-Duda | shake hands | fake news

Trump Pledges to Fight 'Fake News' After Slam by Polish President on Wife's Handshake

(AP)

By    |   Saturday, 08 July 2017 03:10 PM EDT

President Donald Trump on Saturday tweeted his pledge to fight "fake news" after Polish President Andrzej Duda slammed reports that his wife only shook hands with First Lady Melania Trump when they met on Thursday.

Here's the president's post:

Duda ripped as "fake news" reports that his wife, Agata Kornhauser-Duda, appeared to snub Trump to shake hands with Melania Trump when they met after the U.S. president spoke in Warsaw.

Trump had extended his hand to Kornhauser-Duda – and video of the president's awkward moment went viral.

However, Kornhauser-Duda did shake President Trump's hand after greeting his wife, based on extended footage of the exchange.

Trump returned to the United States Saturday after visiting Poland and attending the G-20 Summit in Hamburg, Germany.

The president tweeted praise all around for the meeting and its host, German Chancellor Angela Merkel:

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President Donald Trump on Saturday tweeted his pledge to fight "fake news" after Polish President Andrzej Duda slammed reports that his wife only shook hands with First Lady Melania Trump when they met on Thursday.Here's the president's post:We will fight the #FakeNews with...
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