President George W. Bush is in Beijing, China for the Olympics. As the leader of the United States, he has lots of important things on his mind. One seeming to be the ladies volleyball team! George Bush hangs out with Misty-May Treanor and Kerri Walsh! See story and photos below.
George Bush, President of the United States, is in Beijing, China for the Olympic games and has been spending time hanging with the US Women’s Olympic Volleyball team and softball teams.
Misty May-Treanor and Kerri Walsh, of the US Olympic Volleyball team seemed to be having a great time with cutie George Bush. Bush even appeared to give Misty May-Treanor a playful pat on her backside. You can view in photos above.
Athens gold medallist Misty May-Treanor of the US Women’s volleyball team bent over to offer Bush the chance to give her a spank on her butt. This is a custom between players to offer their encouragement.
The President, knowing he is being photographed, gave Misty May-Treanor a tap on the small of the back instead. Misty did not seem intimidated by the President, and soon talked him into playing a little volleyball with them.
She asked him if he would play a little ‘pepper’, a warm-up drill bumping the volleyball back and forth.
President Bush seemed unwilling at first, replying ‘No, I’m a pretty good spectator.’
But after watching for a few minutes, the President put on his sun visor and joined them in their volleyball fun. You guys may not like Bush, but what other President would do that? He’s cool!
Despite Bush possibly being distracted by his sexy teammates in bikini’s, he played a rally of five, in which he hit two but missed the third try as the ball fell a little short.
President Bush got hot and sweaty in his blue shirt and chino pants!
But there was no time to change as he rushed off to offer his support to the U.S. Women’s Softball Team. President Bush is a huge baseball fan, who once co-owned the Texas Rangers Major League team.
The US ladies baseball team was rallied by George Bush. ‘Who do we play for?’ Bush quietly asked the group after being prompted by the coach. ‘USA!’ the players shouted.
This is the last year in the Olympics for softball, which was added to the games program in1996 in Atlanta. Asked by a reporter whether the sport should be allowed back into the Olympic Games, Bush said: “‘It should be. It’s good for the world to have girls playing softball, and these women are going to show young girls how to win,” he added.
Bush looked exhausted but went to join his wife, Laura, and daughter to watch the U.S. women’s basketball game against the Czech Republic.