Fake TIME magazine covers displayed at Donald Trump's golf club locations

Fake TIME magazine covers displayed at Donald Trump's golf club locations

Fake TIME magazine covers displayed at Donald Trump's golf club locations

A few hours later, though, some curious news came out: The Post reported that the walls of no less than four of Trump's golf clubs play host to a framed cover of Time magazine featuring Trump.

"The cover seems to fit a broader pattern for Trump, who has often boasted of his appearances on Time's cover and adorned his Trump Tower office with images of himself from magazines and newspapers". However, his show, The Celebrity Apprentice, did premiere on March 1, 2009. But certainly one of the biggest is what he calls "fake news", or more commonly "FAKE NEWS!"

At 5 p.m. Tuesday, a spokeswoman for Time said that the magazine had asked the Trump Organization to remove the phony cover from the walls where it was on display. "I think we have the all-time record in the history of Time magazine", Donald Trump said the day after he was inaugurated. And there was no issue at all in 2009 that had Trump on the cover. Since becoming president, Trump has visited the club on multiple occasions, including this past weekend. They did put out an issue on March 2, 2009, but it featured a picture of actress Kate Winslet, who was nominated for best actress that year. As The Washington Post reported, a photo of Trump dining with former National Football League star Peyton Manning and Republican Senator Bob Corker earlier this month showed the president actually sitting facing the Time cover.

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A close up of the fake Time cover
The Washington Post via Getty Images A close up of the fake Time cover

As some pointed out on Twitter, had Trump spent more time looking at the accompanying headlines on the cover, rather than just the fake tributes, it might actually have seen him embrace a different stance on climate change.

The fake - spotted by a reporter visiting one of the Trump golf courses - also has some subtle giveaways, according to the Post: The cover's border is too skinny and lacks a white one next to the red border; secondary news headlines are on the right side instead of the usual spot across the top; and exclamation points are never used on Time covers.

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