10 Funniest Photos of Famous Politicians
We love to hate politicians. While some of their policies are completely laughable, there are some rare moments when they genuinely make us laugh, which The List Love is about to show you. Here are the 10 funniest photos of famous politicians.
1. Arnold Schwarznegger
While we have no idea why Arnold Schwarznegger was made governor of California, we have even less of an idea why George W. Bush was made the 43rd President of the United States – and by the looks of it, Arnie thinks the same!
2. Angela Merkel
We’re not quite sure that’s what they meant by climbing the political ladder, Ange.
3. Silvio Berlucsconi
Silvio Berlusconi, who served as Prime Minister of Italy three times, wasn’t just found guilty of tax-fraud, he is also guilty of groping himself in public!
4. Tony Blair
Here Tony Blair is using a breathalyser. You can tell he’s done that before!
5. Nicolas Sarkozy
Nicolas Sarkozy is a political giant. At least when he’s standing on a box, anyway.
6. David Cameron
David Cameron is down with the kids. Honest.
7. George Bush
US. President George Bush trying to kick a football. Nice shorts!
8. Vladimir Putin
What’s sexier than the President of Russia standing topless with a horse in some sunglasses? Everything.
9. George W Bush
We could have made a whole list of funny photos of former President George W Bush, but that is so 2009. This one has to be our favourite!
10. Bill Clinton
Bill Clinton explains what happened between him and Monica Lewinsky.
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