TIME Magazine Cover Rips Trump Again

TIME Magazine likes to pretend they simply report news, but they have transitioned into another force of the left. On the latest TIME Magazine cover it features President Trump staring down a crying small immigrant child.

For the caption, they went with “Welcome to America.”

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Don’t forget about this gem of a cover by TIME Magazine.

Per Daily Wire:

Other covers of Trump have included one showing an abstract face with a wide-open mouth as yellow hair on the figure’s head looks like an explosive fire, captioned, “Year one”; a giant Trump standing next to a crumbling Washington Monument, captioned, “Trump’s war on Washington”; Trump sitting at his desk while documents and his hair are violently blown around, captioned, “Nothing to see here,” and one after he was elected depicting him and captioned, “Donald Trump: President of the Divided States of America.” Plus two other covers showing an abstract orange face with yellow hair melting away; one cover read “Meltdown” while the other read “Total meltdown.”

The media isn’t even pretending they don’t hate Trump at this point. On the news, sitcoms, talk shows, everyone is going after President Trump.

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