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Justin Trudeau Has A European Twin Brother And It Will Blow Your Mind

Well, maybe not by blood, but the resemblance between Justin Trudeau and Dutch politician Jesse Klaver share are uncanny -- and it's not just the hair.

Both Trudeau and Klaver are young politicians, Klaver being 30 and Trudeau being 45. Combined, they're just five years older than Donald Trump. While Klaver didn't win the recent general election in his home country of The Netherlands, he was left-leaning like his Canadian counterpart. He even had his own Dutch Donald Trump to face back home, Geert Wilders (who lost as well).

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While Klaver in past interviews has cited that he more so resembles the politics of Bernie Sanders, there's no denying Trudeau and Klaver's similarities in pop culture. We can't really compare Klaver to Bernie in photos.

Klaver and Trudeau were both popular among the youth of their country and were practical celebrities. We wonder why.

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Nonetheless, both politicians still had their political similarities. Both had forward-thinking ideas and were pro-migrant on their platforms. Although Klaver didn't win the election in his country, he's only 30 and still represents himself as the leader of his party back home.

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