Justin Trudeau’s Doppelgänger Is A Politician And He’ll Make You Just As Thirsty
I guess one could say I can’t stop, and I won’t stop.
And how could I stop, when Justin Trudeau has a flipping doppelgänger?!?
Jesse Klaver, a Dutch politician and Green Party leader, looks more than just a little like the Canadian prime minister.
Twitter certainly couldn’t help but notice the similarities.
What if they’re actually the same person, and Trudeau is just this superhuman politician daddy?
Or Klaver is just purposely trying to look like Trudeau?
Ouch, except Klaver kiiind of does look like a slightly less attractive version of the prime minister.
Is he really that creepy looking? And how can you tell he’s geeky?
Am I weird for kind of liking Klaver’s dirtbag-ish appearance? I like bad boys, #sorrynotsorry.
Girl, you right. Trudeau’s butt was MADE for tight, business casual slacks.
Omg, next-level daddy status.
The 30-year-old Klaver, who scored a big win in yesterday’s election in the Netherlands, gets his good looks from his Moroccan father and Indonesian mother.
And in case you were wondering, he’s not at all oblivious to our super thirsty observations about his appearance.
In an interview with the National Post, the Dutch politician shrugged off the comparisons between him and 45-year-old Trudeau.
He said with a smile,
I’m very jealous of Trudeau’s muscles, because I’m not as muscled as he is.
Fair enough. I definitely appreciate humility in a good-looking man.
Like other mainstream political leaders, Klaver rejects the anti-Islam, anti-immigrant policies of right-wing populist Geert Wilders’ Party for Freedom (often referred to as the “Dutch Donald Trump“).
Technically speaking, though, Klaver tends to lean further left than his doppelgänger when it comes to politics.
He’s cited Bernie Sanders as an inspiration, and he regularly hosts informal meetings with his supporters, who call him the “Jessiah.”
Klaver has also been a vocal supporter of programs that combat climate change.
Watch your back, Trudeau. You may not be the only object of my thirst now.
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