We’ve all been President Barack Obama waiting on Air Force One for former president/possible First Gentleman Bill Clinton. No, not the exact situation, but the growing sense of impatience that's far funnier here than when it happens to you. Obama waiting for Bill is like waiting for your parents to leave a family party after saying goodbye for the third time—or everyone waiting for this election to be over.
Obama was caught by Britain's Sky News trying to rush Bill Clinton as they left Tel Aviv Friday. The two arrived in the morning for the funeral of former Israeli President Shimon Peres, who died this week. Obama delivered a eulogy.
In the video, Obama is seen heading up to Air Force One before re-appearing, suit jacket off, rolling his sleeves up—clearly ready to leave. POTUS yells, "Bill, let's go!" a few times, clapping, trying to get Bill moving. But it's all useless. The President then waves Bill inside the plane, before stepping out of Air Force One and onto the stairs. "Bill! Let's go, I'll take you home," Obama shouts. Finally Bill finally walks up and the two shake hands and hug it out. The episode is the latest addition to Obama and Bill's funny rapport.
The Daily Mail reported the two were taking Air Force One back to Washington, DC.
It's a small break in the middle of a rough week for Bill, who's been brought up this week after Donald Trump invited (and then uninvited) the ex-President's former mistress to the first presidential debate. Then Trump said he regretted not mentioning Bill's affair with Monica Lewinsky during said debate.