George W. Bush miraculously caught a scarf that flew off him before Biden's inauguration
In Washington, everything is ready for the inauguration of Joe Biden. All the main guests have already gathered on Capitol Hill. On a special platform, the chairs are arranged taking into account the requirements of social distancing. All present in protective masks.
It is noted that the vast majority of guests wear them correctly. And only Bill Clinton lowered the mask so that it did not cover his nose. The 42nd US President and his wife, Hillary, were among the first to arrive. Clinton is wearing a black coat, under which is a white shirt and blue tie. Hillary chose a maroon coat and purple trouser suit for the gala event.
A small incident happened to George W. Bush. Over his dark coat, the 43rd President of the United States casually threw a light brown scarf over his shoulders. As soon as Bush and his wife, Laura, left the premises on the inaugural platform, a gust of wind tore off the scarf! However, George somehow managed to catch him with his right hand. He did not put on the scarf again, and he held it in his hand for several minutes. Laura came to the inauguration in a light blue coat with a black collar.
Dude shouldn't be able to show his face in public. Oh well. Maybe Biden can quickly wrap up the project for a new American century. I think Syria and iran are last in the list. —