Austrian Foreign Minister Sebastian Kurz was called “Hitler” by some Twitter users after his party, Austrian People’s Party (OVP), won the national election Sunday. Kurz was tougher measures against “political Islam,” to lower taxes and is essentially anti-immigration, with plans to block some refugee routes into Europe and not allowing migrants to claim full benefits.

He might have the nickname “Wunderwuzzi,” which means wonder hotshot, but not everyone is impressed with 31-year-old Kurz, who was born the same year as the Olsen Twins. People on Twitter, however, certainly don’t share the same affection as most millennials have for the Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen.

Some of their posts have been shared below:

Like former U.S. President Barack Obama, Kurz touted “change” as his political platform. “It is time for change in this country. Today is a strong order for us, to change this country, and I say thank you to you all who made this possible,” he said to the crowd Sunday. “I'm overwhelmed, I am happy, and I look forward to working for Austria.”

Kurz was accused by some of imitating policies that were long held by the Freedom Party of Austria (FPO), but twisting them so they seemed more attractive to voters.

“Kurz has managed to take over the Freedom Party issues and frame them in a socially acceptable way,” analyst Thomas Hofer told CNN Monday. “He has appealed to those who could have voted for the Freedom Party.”

Sebastian Kurz Sebastian Kurz, Austrian Foreign Minister and leader of the conservative Austrian People’s Party (OeVP), was called "Hitler" bu some Twitter users. Above, he is pictured Oct. 15, 2017 in Vienna, Austria. Photo: Getty Images

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