Last night Donald Trump was a guest on the Late Show. Stephen Colbert apologized to Mr. Trump for things he's said regarding the businessman over the years. Colbert then asks, "... I just want to give you the opportunity - it there anybody you would like to apologize to right now yourself?"
"Ahhhh, no. Maybe the audience, how 'bout the audience? Naw, no apologies."
Just after he says, "Ahhhh" and as continuing during his following "no", Trump displays the expression seen below (captured during 0:29). Note his facial expression at this moment: his central forehead is contracted (CFC) and coupled with a unilateral and false mouth smile.
While we all make this expression (a nonverbal "cluster") from time-to-time, it always indicates one (or more) of the following emotions:
Most people would say of course say, given the verbal context here, that Trump's emotion is disbelief. Yet, how would you differentiate it from either contempt or arrogance?
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