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Some people seem to think this photo of Sweden's deputy leader is trolling Trump

Feb 3, 2017 - Washington Post Blogs

Just signed referral of Swedish #climate law, binding all future governments to net zero emissions by 2045. For a safer and better future. pic.twitter.com/OqOO2y8BU6

On Friday, Sweden's deputy prime minister and climate minister, Isabella Lovin, shared a photograph on Twitter and Facebook that showed her signing a new climate law.

A closer look at the photograph reveals a deeper message. In the picture, Lovin is sat at the left of the frame while she signs the law. Behind her are se

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