Bush Photobombs Reporter at Texas Rangers Game

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Thursday morning during her show, the former first daughter Jenna Bush commented on her dad's antics.

And while many reporters become understandably annoyed when people interrupt them on live television, Jones loved Bush's contribution to the broadcast.

Jones was reporting on the Texas Rangers-Philadelphia Phillies baseball game in Arlington, Texas, when the former President slid onscreen to casually say "Hey".

Hager said her father was unaware of his latest moment in the spotlight until she told him about it. "He goes, 'What's a photo-bomb?' He had no idea".

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He remains a loyal Rangers fan and is often spotted at games.

In an interview with Time, Jones said she approached Bush following the incident and asked if he had photobombed her.

At 70-years-old and now almost a decade removed from the White House, Bush is clearly enjoying retirement, especially on Wednesday with a 9-3 Rangers win over the Phillies.

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