An ebullient President Trump clapped his hands and chatted with his military escort as he walked against a strong wind toward Marine One at Andrews Joint Base in Maryland on Saturday after returning home from the G20 summit in Hamburg, Germany.
As Trump approached the presidential helicopter, the wind blew off the dress hat of a Marine standing guard at the chopper.
The president chased after the hat and put it back on the Marine’s head, patting him amiably on the arm — but the hat blew off again.
Trump went after it again, but this time handed it to the military escort. Then, the president boarded Marine One and took off for the White House.