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The man, who has albinism, was filmed selling his ice cream in the streets of Sahiwal in Punjab, and people were struck by his likeness to the former POTUS.
In the video, the man can be seen singing his various flavours and ingredients in Urdu as he stands beside his cart, demonstrating that he is also a salesman, like Trump.
Indeed, while his singing voice is presumably markedly different to Donald's, his mannerisms and hand movements appear very similar too.
Many people pointed out the resemblance on social media.
One person commented: "Donald Trump has moved to Pakistan."
Another said: "Donald Trump's new business. Ice cream selling."
Whether this fella has any idea he has been dubbed Trump's doppelganger is unclear, but one man who makes a living out of impersonating the 74-year-old is Mike Osman.
He's been playing the part since Trump's pre-presidential days, and last year he predicted he'd be busier than ever post-presidency.
Speaking to LADbible, he said: "I think that people are more likely to book my version of Donald Trump - the funny version of Donald Trump, the non-political version - when Trump leaves office in January. I really believe that.
"So I think when this is all sorted, as in the election and coronavirus, and I get back to work, I think I'm going to be busier than ever.
"I'm getting enquiries, really good enquiries for next year already.
"And you can sort of tell by the amount of enquiries how this is gonna go, and I think it's gonna be fine for me."
Looking to the future, he said he wouldn't be surprised to see Trump run for the presidency in 2024.
He said: "I think Trump will remain remain relevant for the rest of his life.
"Having said what I said, I still think he'll be a massive influence in the Republican Party, he will probably shape their policy.
"I will not be at all surprised if he runs again in 2024. Why wouldn't he? He's got an ego, you know? He's got an ego bigger than the moon. So big."
Trump has since hinted that he might make another run for the White House.
In his first speech after losing the 2020 election, he said: "Who knows? I may decide to beat them for a third time."
Trump of course lost the second time, however, he continues to make unfounded claims that the election was rigged.
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