GLENN: Bill, I want to ask you this: Because there's been quite a controversy over three events this week. One happened yesterday. One happened I think on Tuesday. And then one happened on Wednesday. Start on Tuesday. He's landing in Jerusalem, President Trump. And he's coming down the red carpet, and there is footage of Melania -- Trump reaching out to hold Melania's hand, and she slaps it away. Did you see it?
BILL: Yeah. I guess. I didn't take it as a slap. It was, look, I can make it down here myself. I try to stay away from that kind of stuff. But, yes, it was amusing to those who don't like the Trumps.
GLENN: No, it wasn't amusing to me because I live that life. My wife has done that to me. And I just didn't know someone who was all hoity-toity actually has that happen to him. And then.
PAT: Next day.
GLENN: The next day on the tarmac, he reaches for her hand, and she moves her hand and crosses her face to brush back her hair, and he doesn't reach for her hand again. Coincidence?
BILL: Yeah, might be mad at him for something. You know how that goes.
PAT: You'll admit that, though. It looks like she's mad at him.
GLENN: It might. It might. Maybe.
PAT: I mean, I know you don't like to connect the dots. But can we infer that she's pissed off at him?
BILL: I think she's furious with Putin and is transferring.
GLENN: All right. The next one. This has nothing to do with Melania. Did you see the footage from yesterday with Donald Trump at the NATO summit where he took -- if you want to call it a president -- the president of Montenegro and just pushed him out of the way and then stood in front. Like, didn't even have an excuse. Not, like, hey, excuse me, for a second. I have to hear this. You just pushed him out of the way, stood in his place, and then just kind of looked around. Did you see that?
BILL: I did not see that, I have to confess. But I did read about that. But what I read on the progressive websites was he kicked him in the groin.
GLENN: No, no, no.
GLENN: You're not taking this seriously, Bill.
PAT: Are you sensing that too?
BILL: No, MSNBC.
GLENN: This is real news.
BILL: That didn't happen?
GLENN: No and the Montenegro guy, president or king, or whatever that is, that's important to NATO. I mean, we don't have the fighting --
PAT: We lose Montenegro, and it's over.
GLENN: We don't have the fighting Montys with us, it's over.
BILL: Montenegro is a beautiful country. But there's a tradition perhaps you don't know, beck. As a sign of affection and respect, you shove people.
GLENN: Especially the president.
BILL: Because the more you shove, the more you love them.
GLENN: I like that. I didn't know that. I didn't know that.
BILL: Any international stuff, just run it right by me.
GLENN: So you've been to Montenegro.
BILL: Many times. I have a condo there.
GLENN: Right there by the beach area.
BILL: Good view of Kosovo.
GLENN: Right. It's beautiful. Beautiful. Especially this time of year.