President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump
US President Donald Trump (C-L) and First Lady Melania Trump (C-R) listen to the their national anthem as they are welcomed by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (2R), his wife Sara (R), Israeli President Reuven Rivlin (2L), and his wife Nehama (L), during a welcome ceremony upon their arrival at Ben Gurion International Airport in Tel Aviv on May 22, 2017, as part of his first trip overseas. Getty

President Donald Trump began his two-day visit to Israel Monday during the first overseas trip of his presidency. He touched down in Tel Aviv without a snare, though the trip over may have been another story entirely. A video clip that seemingly shows first lady Melania Trump swatting away her husband’s hand as he reaches for hers has social media divided.

Speculation about the clip began Monday after the first couple was filmed arriving at Ben Gurion International Airport. Walking down the tarmac, Trump can be seen in the clip reaching for his wife’s hand. In a close-up of the video, her reaction appears to be either a bizarre, botched low-five or a dismissal of his affections — the latter of which seemed to be the prevailing consensus on social media.

A similarly news-making gesture occurred in April at the annual White House Easter Egg Roll, when the first lady had to nudge her husband after he seemingly forgot to put his hand on his heart during the national anthem. The incident quickly became a top trend on Facebook and Twitter:

By itself, the video isn’t necessarily any indication that there’s trouble in paradise for the new president and his wife. However, incidents that have raised questions about first lady Melania’s sentiment toward her husband include “liked” a tweet defaming the president and this widely circulated video from Inauguration Day:

Part of the speculation about the strength of their relationship stems from the first lady’s pointed absence from the White House, ostensibly to be with the couple’s son Barron as he finishes out the school year in New York.

Whatever the incident seems to show, all appeared to be fine as President Trump and first lady Melania met with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for a Monday news conference.