Time Magazine Tells Trump Businesses to Remove Fake Magazine Covers from Golf Clubs

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LMAO: Time Tells Trump Businesses to Remove Fake Magazine Covers from Golf Clubs

Time Magazine has told Donald Trump’s businesses to remove the totally fake covers of himself from the walls of his golf clubs. LMAO. Just this morning Trump went on an unhinged tweetstorm accusing CNN of pushing fake news after it retracted an article about a Trump-ally and a Russian investment entity.

Washington Post’s David Fahrenthold reported that framed copies of fake Trump covers were featured on the walls of at least four of his businesses.

Fahrenthold reported that the cover in question had a date of March 1, 2009 and shows Trump alongside a headline that claims “The Apprentice is a television smash” and that “Trump is hitting on all fronts…even TV.” Um, there was no such magazine edition on March 1, 2009. The real cover from that period featured Kate Winslet.

Time confirmed that the cover is bogus: “I can confirm that this is not a real TIME cover,” Kerri Chyka, spokeswoman for Time Inc., wrote in an email to The Washington Post.

The White House clammed up when asked about the bogus magazine covers hanging on walls at Trump golf clubs. It’s hilarious because Donald Trump has been falsely attacking the media for pushing fake news. So, um, who is the one caught pushing fake news?

Trump has zero credibility and proves himself day after day to be without scruples, decency and class. He is a global laughingstock.

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