Thursday, November 22, 2012

Pictured: How Cambodia's first lady mocked President Obama with a handshake greeting typically reserved for servants

Coded slight? First Lady Rany greeted the President with a pressed-hands greeting typically used only with servants 

The president's 'historic' first tour of Southeast Asia ended with an unusual diplomatic snub at the hands of Cambodia's first lady Bun Rany. 

Obama became the first ever U.S. president to visit Cambodia earlier this week, when he ended his four-day visit to the region by attending the annual East Asia Summit it was hosting.

Unlike the president's constructive visit to Myanmar, where he met with opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi and praised the country's progress, Obama had made it clear he was only in Cambodia to attend the summit.

More @ Mail Online


  1. How much damage can this fool do? I look forward to the day when no foreign leader dares to insult an American President. I just hope that it doesn't have to come after the Jeffersonian revolution.

  2. How much damage can this fool do?

    That is good! 4 more years? I hope not, someway somehow.