While we all know that face swapping has gotten out of hand, there's one artifact on this planet that isn't familiar with the Snapchat filter's chaos: Bill Clinton.
AOL caught up with Ivan Olivo, a sophomore business student at the King's College in New York City, who used the facial technology on the 69-year-old ex-president. He posted the creation on Twitter.
Olivo and a friend ended up attending an event where Clinton was speaking at the United Federation of Teachers building last-minute, after spotting the politician and his motorcade. Once the event ended, Clinton started taking pictures with people on his way out. That's when Olivo had the ingenious idea to face swap with Mr. Hillary Clinton.
He told AOL, "As I was talking the selfie, he looked a little confused but went along with it. Afterwards, I put my phone down to add a caption and then I felt a hand on my shoulder. I turned around and Bill asked me, 'What did you do to my face?'"
Thankfully, a Secret Service agent had his back and explained to Clinton that it was just something that's all the rage with the kids nowadays.
Not sure if Clinton would've been more confused by one of the other Snapchat selfie filters.