What politicians looked like in the 1990s. Against. Currently

Yes, the 90s were 30 years ago!


Politicians have some of the most recognizable faces in the world. We see them every day on television, in newspapers and magazines, as well as on social networks. We look at them so often that we do not even notice that they have aged before our eyes.

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From Joe Biden to Arnold Schwarzenegger, see how these policies have changed over the past 30 years.


one.

Joe Biden in 1991:


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Joe Biden now:

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2.

Kamala Harris (top left) with family in 1991:


Kamala Harris now:

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4.

Barack Obama now:


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5.

Bernie Sanders in 1990:

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Bernie Sanders now:

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6.

Bill Clinton in 1992:

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Bill Clinton now:

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7.

Hillary Clinton in 1993:

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Hillary Clinton now:

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eight.

Elizabeth Warren in 1991:

9.

Al Gore in 1992:

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Al Gore now:

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10.

Arnold Schwarzenegger in 1992:

Arnold Schwarzenegger now:

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eleven.

George W. Bush in 1994:

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George W. Bush now:

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Mike Pence now:

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14.

Sarah Palin (right) with a friend at a basketball game in 1996:

Sarah Palin now:

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sixteen.

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez in the early 90s (she was born in 1989!):

Happy Father’s Day to all wonderful dads Special hello to all dad girls who raise their daughters and show them that anything is possible ๐Ÿ’ซ


Twitter: @AOC

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez now:

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17.

Madeleine Albright in 1993:

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Madeleine Albright now:

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eighteen.

Maxine Waters in 1995:

Maxine Waters now:

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nineteen.

John Kerry in 1996:

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twenty.

Dick Cheney in 1991:

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Dick Cheney (center) is now with his wife Lynn (right) and daughter Liz (left):

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21.

Mitt Romney (left) in the 90s:

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22.

Paul Ryan (right) in the 90s with Jack Kemp:

Although he passed away 10 years ago today, Jack Kemp’s legacy lives on through those he inspired. Jack was a mentor, friend and & amp; he changed the GOP for the better. He offered pragmatic solutions & amp; an optimistic vision of America. We should all strive to be as powerful as Jack.


Twitter: @SpeakerRyan

Paul Ryan now:

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23.

Pete Buttigieg, who played video games in the 90s:

#TBT @PeteButtigieg plays the classic NES with his father. Also, what other mommy uses a cookie cutter for sewing supplies? #PeteForAmerica #TeamPete


Twitter: @ Arkansas4Pete

24.

Beto O’Rourke (far left) with his punk rock band Foss in the 90s:

The Texas GOP is trying to embarrass @BetoORourke for his punk rock going through funny troubles. ๐Ÿ˜‚ O’Rourke played bass in the alternative band Foss, which has released a couple of albums on Western Breed Records & amp; toured the USA and USA Canada in the mid 90s. ๐Ÿค˜๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ’˜๐ŸŽถ #BetoForTexas https://t.co/ubalPDaxoB


Twitter: @Lady_Star_Gem

Beto O’Rourke now:

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