Photo hugging Hillary Clinton and George Bush made at the funeral of the deceased on 6 March Nancy Reagan has caused controversy on the Internet. Both politicians visited on Friday held a farewell ceremony with the widow of Ronald Reagan. The ambiguous reaction of the public is not with the appropriateness of smiling faces at the funeral, and with friendly embraces politicians, because these figures were always considered ideological opponents.
An image, incidentally, shared leadership member David Chalian CNN, the photo he signed this:
Perhaps the best photograph from the funeral of Mrs. Reagan.
George Bush and Hillary Clinton
The Internet users had divided into two camps: some are thrilled that Clinton and Bush are able to forget their differences, these people write in social networks messages like these:
Unity. Sympathy. Understanding. Cooperation.
“Heh-heh, and then we really screwed up with the idea to invade Iraq, right? The good old days”.
Or openly resent:
Political elites will always be close, like relatives. And their so-called feud is just a show for us, the commoners.
Hillary Clinton at the funeral Nancy Reagan
Nancy Reagan was buried at the Presidential library of Ronald Reagan in California. On the farewell to the former first lady was attended by about a thousand people.
Former first lady Rosalynn Carter, daughter of John Kennedy Caroline Kennedy and Hillary Clinton
Michelle Obama and George Bush at the funeral of Nancy Reagan