George W Bush Proves Why He Was A Fan Favorite In Latest Adorable Video

Former President George W. Bush had a little fun while attending a Texas Rangers game Wednesday night by photobombing a reporter.

Reporter Emily Jones was covering the baseball game between the Philadelphia Phillies and the Rangers at Globe Life Park in Arlington when the former president walked behind her and yelled “Hey!” at the camera as he passed by.

The move showed that the former president apparently tries to have some a good time whenever he can.

Take a look:


That’s pretty funny.

Jones said the moment was her “most favorite photo bomb ever.”

The Washington Examiner reported that Bush family has a history in Major League Baseball, with the former president once being a managing partner for the team.

The former president tends to keep a relatively low profile, but still appears to maintain a busy lifestyle after the White House by painting. He has even had a book of his paintings published. The book, “Portraits of Courage: A Commander in Chief’s Tribute to America’s Warriors,” featured 98 portraits of wounded veterans whom Bush knows personally.

The former president also stays busy with the Bush Institute Military Service Initiative, which helps veterans and their families make successful transitions to civilian life by focusing on important issues like finding meaningful employment.

It’s good to see Bush has retained his sense of humor, and this video clip proves that he’s not above attempting to steal the limelight from a reporter for a good laugh — even if it’s only for a second or two..

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Source: George W Bush Photobombs Sports Reporter At Baseball Game

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