Friday, 11 November 2016

OBAMA AND TRUMP SEATS TO DISCUSS TRANSFER OF POWER AT THE WHITE HOUSE




OBAMA AND TRUMP

President Barack Obama and Donald Trump  put on a united front and vowed to work together in what appeared to be a friendly meeting at the White House Thursday.
Trump said he was 'looking forward to dealing with the president in the future', while Obama claimed he was 'very encouraged by the interest in President-elect Trump to work with my team'.
But even to the untrained eye it was clear there was some tension, and body language expert Patti Wood has analyzed the first meeting between the most powerful man in America and the person chosen to replace him.
Obama was 'extremely fatigued, resigned and not hopeful', while Trump was 'tentative, serious and perhaps fearful', Wood told DailyMail.com
Obama and Trump, whose election win sent shockwaves around the world on Wednesday, talked for more than 90 minutes in the Oval Office before addressing the media.
It was a public display intended to help the country digest the results of Tuesday's presidential election after violent protests broke out across the country Wednesday night.
The president-elect called Obama a 'very good man'. 
'If you look at the seating position - their lower legs,' Wood explains, 'they are both in the male, alpha position saying "I am a man".'







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