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King of Sweden criticised for mocking President Trump in now deleted Instagram post

1 month ago   |   By Royal Central

It perhaps now common knowledge that the Swedish Monarch is not the biggest fan of the incumbent President of the United States, Donald Trump. Now King Carl XVI Gustaf has attracted further criticism after appearing to take another stab against President Trump - this time in the form of some birdhouses on display at His Majesty's summer castle.
The King is currently displaying an exhibition of birdhouses at Solliden Castle in Öland. It has been made in collaboration with the Swedish Society for Nature Conservation and was unveiled on Monday via Instagram.
The Instagram post featured an...
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