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Obama photobomb: 7 more hilarious snaps

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President Obama poses with students in Florida.

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(Courtesy @barackobama/Twitter)

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    President Obama poses with students in Florida.

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    (Courtesy @barackobama/Twitter)

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    Obama is no stranger to being photobombed: this hilarious shot of Bill Clinton popping out before a speech at the White House was an instant hit in the world of memes. Though Clinton's "inappropriate timing" clearly didn't amuse the POTUS very much.

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    Knowyourmeme.com

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    This Twitter snap by Politico's Donovan Slack led to speculation that a member of the Secret Service was taking a leak up on a hill behind Obama while he spoke in Ohio in September. However, Secret Service spokesman Edwin Donovan nipped that rumor in the bud, saying that “the individual in the light blue shirt in the background of the photo is one of our personnel. There is no accuracy to the reporting associated with this photo thus far.” Well, then.

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    Politico

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    Obama may be the target of many a photobomb, but he got his revenge in this photo of world leaders, where he blocked the face of the President of Mongolia. All we want to know is if it was on purpose.

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    Yahoo

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    US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton stages an accidental (we think) photobomb with Samira Hamidi, an Afghan citizen, during the Afghan Civil Society event at the Okura Hotel Center July 8, 2012 in Tokyo, Japan. Seems both Clintons have a knack for comedic timing and interrupting photos.

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    AFP

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    Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy shows his true feelings for his predecesor Jacques Chirac. Gotta love it when a politician's face shows what they're really thinking.

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    Meme

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    Swimmer Leuan Lloyd obviously felt he hadn't gotten his five minutes of fame during the 2012 Olympics competitions, so the young athlete took matters into his own hands: by photobombing British Prime Minisher David Cameron during the final Olympic Parade. It's a classic approach, but we like it.

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    Getty

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    Sarah Palin may be the queen of the photobomb with this shot, in which she gave a TV interview in front of...wait for it...a man killing a turkey. How festive?

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