Published Wednesday, 25 September 2013
The U2 front man was on stage with a number of delegates at the Clinton Global Initiative in New York waiting for the former US president to arrive.
Sensing that Mr. Clinton was slightly delayed, Bono quickly jumped into his seat and began to show off his American drawl.
Pretending to be the former president, Bono described how he "thought (Bono) was one his roadies" when they had first met in the White House and commented how he "felt like the rock star on that occasion."
The delighted audience watched as the singer then began to list their humanitarian achievements, including work with the Drop the Debt initiative and the Aids Foundation.
Eventually Mr. Clinton arrived on stage, prompting Bono to leap back to his own seat after handing him the microphone.
An amused Clinton commented: "I must be really easy to make fun of."
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