Malia Obama and her father, former President Barak Obama, pose backstage at The Roundabout...

Malia Obama and her father, former President Barak Obama, pose backstage at The Roundabout...

A much-needed sign of political civility: First Lady Michelle Obama gives former President George W. Bush a big hug at the opening of the National Museum of African American History and Culture today. President Bush signed the bill authorizing the NMAAHC in 2003. For more photos check out kennerly.com

A much-needed sign of political civility: First Lady Michelle Obama gives former President George W. Bush a big hug at the opening of the National Museum of African American History and Culture today. President Bush signed the bill authorizing the NMAAHC in 2003. For more photos check out kennerly.com

Barack & Michelle Obama at the National Gallery of Art, 3/5/17. They look happy!

Barack & Michelle Obama at the National Gallery of Art, 3/5/17. They look happy!

President Obama and former President Bush at Obama's January 20, 2009 inauguration.

President Obama and former President Bush at Obama's January 20, 2009 inauguration.

JUN 7 1972 Views Husband's Grave-- Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, widow of John F. Kennedy, stands today in front of the grave of the former President at Arlington National Cemetery. Mrs. Onassis joined others of the Kennedy family in a mass on the fourth anniversary of the death of Robert F. Kennedy. 1972 	 Jacqueline Kennedy /Memorials for J.F.K. Onassis http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jacqueline_Kennedy_Onassis

JUN 7 1972 Views Husband's Grave-- Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, widow of John F. Kennedy, stands today in front of the grave of the former President at Arlington National Cemetery. Mrs. Onassis joined others of the Kennedy family in a mass on the fourth anniversary of the death of Robert F. Kennedy. 1972 Jacqueline Kennedy /Memorials for J.F.K. Onassis http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jacqueline_Kennedy_Onassis

Hundreds Cheer Him On As Barack Obama Is Spotted Leaving A Meeting In New York After Having Dinner With Former First Daughter Malia. Barack Obama was spotted in Manhattan on Friday, marking the first time the former president has been seen since he took his wife on a post-White House vacation to the Caribbean. The …

Hundreds Cheer Him On As Barack Obama Is Spotted Leaving A Meeting In New York After Having Dinner With Former First Daughter Malia. Barack Obama was spotted in Manhattan on Friday, marking the first time the former president has been seen since he took his wife on a post-White House vacation to the Caribbean. The …

Former Presidents and First Ladies - Mrs. Johnson, the Carters, the Fords, the Nixons, the Reagans and the G.H.W. Bushs.

Former Presidents and First Ladies - Mrs. Johnson, the Carters, the Fords, the Nixons, the Reagans and the G.H.W. Bushs.

Former President George Bush and his wife Barbara! "They celebrate 70 years of marriage today, making them the longest-married First Couple. (The title was  previously held by John and Abigail Adams, who were married for 54 years.)  They met and married in Rye, New York. This photograph was taken on their wedding day on January 6, 1945.  George and Barbara Bush have five children, 24 grandchildren, and four great-grandchildren."

Former President George Bush and his wife Barbara! "They celebrate 70 years of marriage today, making them the longest-married First Couple. (The title was previously held by John and Abigail Adams, who were married for 54 years.) They met and married in Rye, New York. This photograph was taken on their wedding day on January 6, 1945. George and Barbara Bush have five children, 24 grandchildren, and four great-grandchildren."

Former President Barack Obama caused quite a commotion Friday when he stopped inside a New York City office building.    A large crowd gathered outside, trying to catch a view of Obama as he left 160 Fifth Avenue in Manhattan.    In the liberal enclave of Manhattan, Obama was met with loud cheers as he walked to his motorcade.    (Barack Obama.Allan Smith/Business Insider)

Former President Barack Obama caused quite a commotion Friday when he stopped inside a New York City office building. A large crowd gathered outside, trying to catch a view of Obama as he left 160 Fifth Avenue in Manhattan. In the liberal enclave of Manhattan, Obama was met with loud cheers as he walked to his motorcade. (Barack Obama.Allan Smith/Business Insider)

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