President Nixon credited with a body language first with his handshake with Elvis Presley

By: Elvis Australia
July 29, 2012

President Nixon has been credited with a body language first with his handshake with Elvis Presley in 1970 by a body language expert. Below, view and hear the explanation of what may very well be the first time ever that a politician maneuvers himself in such a position that he has the 'upper hand'. Further to this are examples of modern day politicians positioning themselves for 'poll position' in the handshake 'upper hand' race.

Elvis Presley and President Nixon at the White House - December 21, 1970

>> Photos : Elvis Presley & President Nixon

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