You never know, maybe Michelle - experienced collaborator that she is - snatched the umbrella from Barry just to make sure he wouldn't botch this one as well. Selfie Barry, preoccupied with admiring his own glorious self, is probably oblivious to either variant - his being impolite or his being prevented from doing harm.
So much for a bit of yellow press here at RSE.
Here's Schopenhauers take:
A man shows his character in just the way he deals with trifles – for then he is off his guard. This will often afford a good opportunity of observing the boundless egoism of a man’s nature, and his total lack of consideration of others: and if these defects show themselves in small things, or merely in his general demeanour, you will find that they also underlie his actions in matters of importance, although he may disguise the fact. This is the opportunity which should not be missed. If in the little affairs of every day – the trifles of life, those matters to which de minimis non applies – a man is inconsiderate and seeks only what is advantageous or convenient to himself, to the prejudice of other’s rights; if he appropriates to himself that which belongs to all alike, you may be sure there is no justice in his heart, and that he would be a scoundrel on a wholesale scale, only that the law and compulsion bind his hands. Do not trust him beyond the door. He is not afraid to break the laws of his own private circle, will break those of the State when he can do so with impunity.
See also Unpacking a Presidential Sentence and links contained therin.