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The UNGA President Vuk Jeremic releases a photo of himself and U2 singer impersonator on Twitter.
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The UNGA President Vuk Jeremic releases a photo of himself and U2 singer impersonator on Twitter. Recently, the President of the United Nations General Assembly, Vuk Jeremic, was left embarrassed when a picture he shared with his followers on the social media site, Twitter, turned out to be a prank.He posted a picture of himself along with another man, who appears to be well known U2 singer, Bono. The two smiling guys have their arms around each other and are giving viewers a three finger salute. However, both Jeremic and his fans soon found out they had been tricked when a Serbian news outlet discovered the second man in the image, believed to be Bono, was actually a well-known impersonator of the famous singer. Recently, the White House decided to play an April Fool’s Day prank, after posting a message on Twitter promoting a “special video message from the President.” Anticipating viewers watched as a pint sized, 9-year-old arrived at the podium instead of Obama. The child said “It looks like you were expecting somebody else. April Fools on all y’all. I’m Kid President and I hope everyone has an awesome day.” As he walks away, the funny little boy gets stuck in the doorway.