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Watch: Presidents shake their moneymakers

By Matt DeLong

The world got a good laugh out of watching President Obama dance awkwardly with a group of Mumbai schoolchildren Sunday.

And here's the first lady, dancing with another group of children the previous day:

Obama certainly wasn't the first president to cut loose on the dance floor. Here's a look at clips of recent president Obama, George Bush and Bill Clinton (and first ladies) shaking their groove things. Unfortunately, we had a hard time finding a clip of President Clinton getting jiggy with it during his presidency (though he reportedly attempted the moonwalk at Chelsea's wedding earlier this year). Enjoy!

By Matt DeLong  | November 8, 2010; 11:46 AM ET
Categories:  44 The Obama Presidency  
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