WATCH: North Korea airs footage of Trump saluting a general during awkward handshake moment

North Korea finally aired footage of the historic summit between President Trump and North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, including an awkward moment at the 55-second mark where a Nork general is confused if he should salute President Trump or shake his hand. After Trump extends his hand, the general stares at it for a second and then salutes. As Trump goes to return the salute (is that protocol?), the general then goes to shake his hand. Eventually the two just shake.

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Watch:

North Korean TV has aired its first footage of the #TrumpKimSummit. Look out for the handshake/salute confusion 55 seconds in. pic.twitter.com/JS5yEUprgz

— BBC Monitoring (@BBCMonitoring) June 14, 2018

And we would really like to see a translation of this.

Editor’s note: This post has been updated with screengrabs of the video.

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