This is what happens when two presidents put aside their political differences

Who better to snap a picture of former president George W. Bush and a small group of people than President Barack Obama?

Well, that’s what happened Saturday during the dedication of the new Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture on the National Mall in Washington.

According to video captured by CNN, Bush was attempting to take a selfie of himself and a small group of people when it appears he just couldn’t get the right angle. His solution? Tap on Obama to get the group shot.

Oh, and then there was this awesome picture of first lady Michelle Obama hugging Bush, while Obama and former first lady Laura Bush stood beside them.

President Barack Obama watches first lady Michelle Obama embracing former president George Bush, accompanied by his wife, former first lady Laura Bush, while participating in the dedication of the National Museum of African American History and Culture on Saturday. (Getty Images/Astrid Riecken)

President Barack Obama watches first lady Michelle Obama embracing former president George Bush, accompanied by his wife, former first lady Laura Bush, while participating in the dedication of the National Museum of African American History and Culture on Saturday. (Getty Images/Astrid Riecken)

Ahh, it’s a good day when politics can be buried.

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