WATCH: Hillary Clinton Refuses To Even Acknowledge President Trump At Bush Funeral

It’s a rare occasion when all, or even most, of the living former Presidents and the current Commander-In-Chief are in the same place at the same time.

But that’s exactly what happened on Wednesday when President Donald Trump, Barack Obama, and Bill Clinton were seated next to one another at the funeral of former President George H.W. Bush in Washington, D.C.

While these events are always cordial, and everyone puts their best foot forward to try and “grin-and-bare-it,” that’s not exactly how Hillary Clinton decided to handle seeing Donald Trump.

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While Michelle Obama embraced President Trump, and Barack and Bill smiled friendly as they exchanged pleasantries, Hillary decided to take the route of completely ignoring the President of the United States, acting as if he didn’t even exist.

Talk about petty.

Hillary Clinton loves talking a big game, and the media has lauded both the Clinton’s for their political toughness since the 1992 Presidential campaign.

But clearly, Hillary is still bitter about being a perpetual loser.

Stay classy, Hillary.

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