I guess you could say I just feel like talking about U.S. Presidents this week. The World Cup has my patriotism at an all-time high, what can I say? Yesterday we brought you an athletic competition between Barack Obama and George W. Bush. Today, we bring you something much better; Bill Clinton proving he’s one hell of an American. If this picture of Bill Clinton drinking a beer with U.S. defender Carlos Bocanegra doesn’t bring a little smile to your face I’m not sure what will.
When Landon Donovan netted what instantly became the most famous goal in U.S. soccer history on Wednesday in stoppage time, the former chief of the United States was there to cheer him on. What better way to celebrate the victory than with a frosty Budweiser in the locker room after the game with former-President Clinton himself? Top five moment in U.S. World Cup soccer history, hands down.Google+
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