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It was a handshake for the history books! But did President Donald Trump or Kim Jong Un have the upper hand at yesterday’s summit? We asked body language expert Tonya Reiman to analyze their every move. The handshake lasted 12 seconds. It happens again as they walk into the room where that historic meeting will take place. Trump places his hand on Kim’s back, almost shoving him into the room.