After all the free publicity the president has generated for Time's 2017 Person of the Year title, it's little wonder that he ended up on the list of 10 finalists for the honor.
TIME's first selection was Charles Lindbergh, the first person to make a solo non-stop flight across the Atlantic.
Trump, who was named Time's 2016 "Person of the Year", has already commented on Time's list this year, saying the magazine called him personally to say he was "probably going to be named 'Man (Person) of the Year, ' like last year". Jenkins set a major milestone in becoming the first woman to direct a film that grossed more than $100 million during its first weekend in theaters.
Trump also called Kaepernick's protests against police brutality and racial inequality during the national anthem "terrible", called Kim Jong Un "Little Rocket Man", and has repeatedly claimed Mueller's investigation of possible collusion with Russian Federation will be fruitless.
Un, the leader of North Korea, has been threatening the United States while nuclear war, launching test intercontinental ballistic missiles in recent months, that if successful, could hit the U.S. He has also been trading harsh words and insults with President Trump. "Yet the protest grew this year, as hundreds of National Football League players kneeled during the anthem in the wake of criticism from President Trump".
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The #MeToo movement, which was started in 2006 by social activist Tarana Burke to allow victims of sexual misconduct to share their stories and took off this past October in the wake of allegations against Harvey Weinstein, was next up on the list. Two weeks ago, he claimed to have turned down an offer for this year's honor. Mueller has since brought charges against several people while investigating Russia's involvement in the 2016 presidential election.
The participants of the #MeToo movement, which seeks to fight the sexual harassment and assault scandals taking place in Hollywood and beyond, were also named finalists.
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The magazine will announce its 2017 pick Wednesday morning.