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Donald Trump’s new doppelgänger is singing ice cream man from Pakistan

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Donald Trump has had many doppelgängers over the years – but people in a small Pakistani city think they’ve found the ultimate lookalike in a singing ice cream man.

Locals believe the crooning vendor, thought to be in his mid-40s, in Sahiwal, Punjab bears a startling resemblance to the former US President.

The man, who has albinism, has won the hearts of locals by regularly belting out songs in Urdu.

While he’s unlikely to enter US politics anytime soon, onlookers say he’s made for the stage.

Fan Imran Malik said: ‘His voice is soulful – he’s an artist.

‘He seems to fascinate everyone on the streets not because of selling ice cream but because of his incredible singing.

‘This man should have been rocking the stage rather than selling ice cream.’

Another local named Azam Khan, agreed, saying: ‘He has set an example for all of us – this is how you do good to others by working dedicatedly.’

The crooner has won the hearts of locals in Sahiwal (Picture: Jam Press/TIM)
Can you see the resemblance? (Picture: Ricky Bassman/CSM/Shutterstock)
Onlookers have called his singing ‘incredible’ (Picture: Jam Press/TIM)

An observer called Rabiya, added: ‘How he is selling ice cream in this heat while suffering from albinism – it tends to affect such patient quickly.’

Albinism affects the production of melanin, the pigment that colours skin, hair and eyes.

It’s a lifelong condition that can impact a person’s colouring and eyesight, but it does not get worse over time.

It comes as Boris Johnson names President Joe Biden’s administration ‘a breath of fresh air’ following their first meeting in Cornwall.

The Duchess of Cambridge also met US First Lady Jill Biden as world leaders gather for the G7 summit in the south-west.

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