President Obama's handshake fail with leaders of Canada and Mexico

Their three-way handshake needs some work


They're the three amigos, but they haven't perfected their three-way handshake just yet.

President Obama, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto met in Ottawa, Canada on for the North American leaders' summit.

The trio waved to the crowd and had an awkward moment when they attempted a three-way handshake that wasn't smooth. The three of them laughed it off in front of Parliament Hill before exiting the stage.

President Obama later addressed the Canadian Parliament, becoming the first American leader to do so since Bill Clinton in 1995.