The nation's most exclusive fraternity — the presidents club — assembled Wednesday to mourn George H.W. Bush. Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was there too — and footage of her "greeting" to President Donald Trump quickly went viral.
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The uncomfortable reunion brought Trump together in the same pew with past White House residents who have been outspoken and critical of the Oval Office occupant.
But the Bushes had made it known to the White House months ago that, despite differences in policy, the late president wanted Trump to attend the national service.
Ahead of Wednesday's state funeral for the late president, former presidents Barack Obama, Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter and their spouses chatted easily among themselves from their seats in the front row at Washington's National Cathedral. The ex-presidents leaned over their wives to chat with one another. Bill Clinton and former first lady Michelle Obama shared a quiet conversation.
But the Trumps' arrival, minutes ahead of the motorcade carrying Bush's casket, cast an icy pall on the conversation. First lady Melania Trump approached first, greeting both Obamas and former president Clinton with a handshake. The president then shook hands with both Obamas before taking his seat.