U.S. Sen. Chris Coons and German Chancellor Olaf Scholz met in Washington, D.C., this week, and both looked double-eyed when they shared their mirror images with the world on social media.
The leaders of the Delaware Democratic Party and the German coalition share unusual similarities, right down to their bald heads and narrow-eyed smiles. The two showed it off in a selfie taken by Coons on Thursday when Scholz visited the nation’s capital to promote U.S. aid to Ukraine. During the ongoing war with Russia.
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Scholz met with President Joe Biden and members of Congress, where he and Coons posed for a hilarious image shared on their respective X (formerly Twitter) accounts.
“Are we us?” Kuhn wrote on the selfie, which means “Who is who?” in German.
“Good to see my doppelganger again — @ChrisCoons!” Scholz posted in English a photo taken from a few feet away while the men posed in front of Coons’ cell phone. .
Mr. Scholz is 65 years old and Mr. Coons is 60 years old, and the two men, who are five years apart, previously met at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, in January.
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Scholz traveled to Washington to highlight the risks the Ukraine conflict poses to the United States, Europe and other countries. Russian President Vladimir Putin reiterated earlier this week that the February 2022 invasion was aimed at defending the country’s interests. Kiev claims the attack was an unprovoked invasion.
“Without support from the United States and without support from European countries, Ukraine has no chance of defending itself,” Scholz said.