German Chancellor Scholz and US Senator Coons were ‘coupling’ in DC
US Senator Chris Coons and German Chancellor Olaf Scholz were seeing double when they met in Washington, DC, this week and took to social media to share their mirror image with the t -world.
The Delaware Democrat and the head of the German coalition government look unusual, right down to their bald tops and squinty smiles, which they showed in a selfie taken by Coons on Thursday during Scholz’s visit to the American capital to support encourage the US to Ukraine. in the ongoing war with Russia.
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Scholz met with President Joe Biden as well as members of Congress, where he and Coons posed for the light image shared on their accounts on X, formerly known as Twitter.
“Who was it?” Coons wrote in German over the selfie, meaning, “Who who?”
“Good to see my Doppelgänger again – @ChrisCoons!” Scholz posted in English above a photo taken a few feet away as the men stood in front of Coons’ phone.
The men, separated by five years, with Scholz aged 65 and Coons the younger at 60, previously met in January at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
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Scholz was in Washington to highlight the stakes of the Ukraine conflict to the US, Europe and others. Russian President Vladimir Putin earlier this week claimed that the attack in February 2022 was intended to protect his country’s interests. Kyiv maintains that the attack was an unprovoked attack.
“Without the support of the United States, and without the support of the European states, Ukraine will not have a chance to defend its own country,” said Scholz.