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#MeToo Movement In Running For Time's Person Of The Year

05 December 2017

Jenkins is the only female on the shortlist, though numerous #metoo members are women who have shared stories of sexual harassment or assault against Harvey Weinstein and others.

Trump, for obvious reasons-he's the president of the United States, and he certainly shaped the world in a whole variety of ways this year.

Understandable since the award isn't for merit or achievement, but for "the person or group of people who most influenced the news during the past year, for better or for worse".

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.

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Robert Mueller, 73, was appointed as special counsel after FBI Director James Comey was sacked. Also on the list are The Dreamers, who are at risk of being forced to leave America after Trump's White House revealed its intentions to rescind Obama's legislation protecting immigrants who came to the country as children. His investigation has resulted in charges against four people tied to the campaign, including former Trump adviser Michael Flynn. He's the son of Saudi Arabia's King Salman.

Trump, who was named Person of the Year in 2016, was nominated again after a tumultuous first year in office.

Donald Trump, 71, was sworn into office in January 2017, and he's spent the months since working toward dismantling the work of the Obama Administration on health care, immigration policy, environmental regulations, and tax reforms. If he wins the coveted spot, President Donald Trump could possibly tweet about wining a second term as Time's Person of the Year. "I said probably is no good and took a pass. Thanks anyway", the President wrote on his personal Twitter, which has also been the source of major controversy and feuds involving him since his election. VOTE in the poll below!

The 2017 Person of the Year will be announced on the TODAY Show Wednesday morning.

#MeToo Movement In Running For Time's Person Of The Year