Presidential debate: Melania Trump’s ‘cold’ POTUS reunion sparks Twitter FURY – ‘Awkward!’

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The President and Joe Biden faced off in the final presidential debate ahead of the November 3 election tonight. At the end of the event, both the First Lady and Jill Biden took to the stage to meet their husbands. But social media noted that Mrs Trump seemed “cold” towards the President at the end of the evening.

Twitter users said Mrs Trump snatched her hand away from the President after photos were taken.

One user said: “And enter Melania to once again pull her hand away from him faster than a hot burner.”

Another added: “Not Melania stepping away from her husband like an uncomfortable coworker.”

One user contrasted Mrs Trump with Mrs Biden, and said: “Jill goes straight up to hug Joe while Melania looks disgusted approaching Donald Trump so even if he wins not sure she’ll be around.”

More social media reaction came in noting Mrs Trump’s outfit, contrasting it with economic hardship discussed in the debate.

One said: “At the end of the debate, Melania Trump walked onstage in a pair of Christian Louboutin shoes, which cost more than a lot of Americans make in a week.”

Another compared the wives of the presidential candidates, and added: “The only reason Trump and Melania didn’t hug is because the former is filled with hate. 

“Biden and his wife are the epitomes of love and kindness.“

Mrs Trump relationship with the President has previously been criticised by onlookers, who have noticed the First Lady avoids holding Mr Trump’s hand in public.

Patti Wood, a body language expert, told the Daily Mail Mr Trump wants to be seen as an “alpha male”, and is not affectionate with Mrs Trump because of this.

She added: “He doesn’t want to do it in public. It’s very clear that she does, she would like that.

“That would make her feel connected and she would get some of that power and confidence and he’s saying, ‘No, not in public’.”

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