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President Donald Trump kisses House Speaker Nancy Pelosi in a rare, warm gesture on the cheek



President Donald Trump greeted House Speaker Nancy Pelosi with a hug and a kiss on both cheeks during a visit to Capitol Hill.

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  PHOTO: Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi is hugged and kissed by President Donald Trump at the 37th Annual Friends of Ireland Lunch in the US Capitol in Washington on March 1<div class="e3lan e3lan-in-post1"><script async src="//pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/js/adsbygoogle.js"></script>
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House spokeswoman Nancy Pelosi is hugged and kissed President Donald Trump at the 37th annual Friends of Ireland lunch in the US Capitol Building in Washington on March 14, 2019.

The rare, friendly interaction between the two came just hours after the president had criticized her on Twitter in connection with the vote to block his national emergency declaration.

"A vote for today's Republican Senator resolution is a vote for Nancy Pelosi, Crime, and the Open Border Democrats!" He wrote .

  PHOTO: President Donald Trump's shadow is behind House Speaker Nancy Pelosi during the Luncheon Friends of Ireland in the US Capitol on March 14, 2019 in Washington. Olivier Douliery / Pool over Getty Images
President Donald Trump's shadow is behind him House Speaker Nancy Pelosi during the Friends of Ireland Luncheon in the US Capitol on March 14, 2019 in Washington.

The two leaders, in a continuing dispute over the border walls, were brought together on Thursday at the Annual Friends of Ireland for lunch. Both kept their remarks free from partisan jabs and focused on celebrating and "thrusting" the friendship between the US and Ireland.

"I was told that this is the easiest introduction for the next person I want to introduce to you," Pelosi said. "The appropriate introduction is Ladies and Gentlemen, the President of the United States."

Trump responded by thanking Pelosi for her "lovely remarks" and congratulating her on her Irish grandchildren.

  PHOTO: House spokeswoman Nancy Pelosi grabs President Donald Trumps's arm as they pass the Capitol in Washington, DC on March 14, 2019, at Luncheon. Olivier Douliery / Pool on Getty Images
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi grabs President Donald Trump's arm as they pass Luncheon the Capitol in Washington on March 14, 2019, at Friends of Ireland.

Earlier this week, despite their political concept, they seemed to agree on differences.

In an interview with The Washington Post, Pelosi said that Trump's charges for the country were too fissile. He is "just not worth it," she added.

Trump later tweeted that he valued her comments very much.

  PHOTO: President Donald Trump welcomes House Speaker Nancy Pelosi during the Luncheon of the Friends of Ireland in the US Capitol on March 14, 2019 in Washington. Olivier Douliery / Pool via Getty Images
President Donald Trump welcomes House Speaker Nancy Pelosi during the Luncheon of Friends of Ireland in the US Capitol on March 14, 2019 in Washington. 19659019] The kiss on the cheek is the latest eye-catching gesture between the president and what some consider a "foil".

Pelosis exaggerated applause after Trump's remarks during the Union State became viral and turned into an "Internet-defined gossip".


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