Shocker: Trump is Obscure Magazine’s ‘Person of the Year’

Posted by on Dec 07, 2016 at 7:58 am

Seriously, does anyone read Time magazine any more? Whatever, the president-elect is their ‘Person of the Year,’ so it gives liberals something to freak out over today, just like every other day when they’re freaking out over something.

Time Magazine has named U.S. President-elect Donald Trump person of the year, the magazine said on Wednesday.

“It’s a great honor, it means a lot,” Trump told NBC’s “Today” show in an interview shortly after the announcement.

Well, at least it means something to him. It won’t be long until the angry left reminds us Hitler was once Time’s Man of the Year.

And there it is:

Because of course. He’s a journalist, naturally. Here’s more vapid, intellectual laziness:

So tedious, so tiresome, so predictable.

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4 Responses to “Shocker: Trump is Obscure Magazine’s ‘Person of the Year’”

  1. Big Otis the Rube on 7/07/16 at 3:58 pm

    Asswipe Monthly is still around?
    If it wasn’t for the doctor’s office they would have no circulation.
    Didn’t they sell for $1? Or was that Newsweek?
    If only I could tell the difference between fake news and click bait I might even read Time. (not really)

  2. Neo on 7/07/16 at 5:51 pm

    From FoxNews:

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    Donald Trump named Time’s Person of the Year

    President-elect Donald Trump was named Time magazine’s Person of the Year on Wednesday – and the honor basically ended there.

    While describing Trump as the real change-maker of 2016, the magazine also ragged on the Republican president-elect as a “huckster” and “demagogue” while reserving its most glowing praise for runner-up Hillary Clinton — whom the edition breathlessly described as “an American Moses.”

    In describing Trump, Time’s article almost exclusively used backhanded compliments. For instance, while the piece said he “did what no American politician had attempted in a generation,” it added that he “magnified the divisions of the present, inspiring new levels of anger and fear within his country.”