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Time Magazine Actually Went Savage On Their Donald Trump Cover

Time Magazine Actually Went Savage On Their Donald Trump Cover

A lot of internet ragers were horrified to wake up the news this morning that president-elect Donald Trump had been announced as time magazine's Person of the Year.

This is probably because Trump, in their eyes, is nothing more than a jumped up salesman who managed to normalise sexual assault and racial discrimination to all the useful idiots who voted for him. How could this berk be honoured in such a way? Well, I mean, you only need to think about the title for a few seconds to realise handing it to Trump is actually wholly justified.

It isn't 'Greatest Person of the Year' or 'Person we endorse and who did nothing but good this year, of the Year' or 'Donald Trump Transcends Human Decency 100%'. It's 'Person of the Year'. A retrospective profiling of - in Time's words - someone who has "for better or for worse...done the most to influence the events of the year". That is Trump.

So shut up whining ya' fucking babies. Look at the photograph: the magazine has pulled off the most backhanded compliment of all time.

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How? For one, the picture's lit like a Scandinavian BBC drama. It's not implying promise of any sort. Secondly, Trump looks bloated, constipated. He's sat down like a lazy, chancer piece of shit. Thirdly, the 'M' above his head looks like Devil horns.

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(I cannot confirm Time magazine likens Donald Trump to the anti-Christ. Don't sue me.)

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Featured image credit: TIME Magazine

Topics: Donald Trump, 2016, Time

Josh Teal

Josh Teal is a journalist at LADbible. He has contributed to the 'Knowing Me, Knowing EU' and 'UOKM8?' campaigns interviewing everyone from student drug dealers to climate change activists.