President Donald Trump on Tuesday made a surprise appearance in front of the first group of White House visitors since his inauguration.
And looking over his shoulder was former rival Hillary Clinton.
Trump greeted a group of about 100 people touring the East Wing of the White House and waved from behind a velvet rope flanked by a portrait of former First Lady Hillary Clinton adorning the wall.
The first White House tour of the Trump presidency came considerably later than previous administrations. Tour requests are generally handled by the first lady's office, but this year's process has experienced a slow start with Melania Trump spending most of her time in New York City.