During the election, the smug mainstream media thought Hillary Clinton had the election in the bag.
Before Election Day was even over, some media outlets began running headlines proclaiming Clinton’s victory.
Newsweek magazine was even bold enough to print several copies with the headline, “Madam President.”
Lucky for us, this never came true.
Conservative Tribune reports:
Many of those recalled special editions that were never recovered ended up appearing for sale online, with prices varying from as little as $.99 to as much as $9,995 for a magazine that normally would cost $10.99.
According to the Washington Examiner’s chief political correspondent Byron York, one of those commemorative Clinton covers found its way into the hands of an unnamed conservative activist, who decided to have a finishing touch added to the piece of memorabilia.
As shown in a tweet by York, the activist somehow was able to have President Trump autograph the magazine right over “Madam President” Clinton’s face.
This is quintessential — and hilarious — Trump. And is just about as humiliating for ol’ Hillary as it gets.
Conservative activist finds copy of Newsweek alternative 'Hillary Wins' cover, gets Trump to autograph. pic.twitter.com/2Jr7qFB88q
— Byron York (@ByronYork) June 8, 2017
“Conservative activist finds copy of Newsweek alternative ‘Hillary Wins’ cover, gets Trump to autograph,” York tweeted.
This is amazing and I love that Trump doesn’t care at all about political correctness. He beat Clinton fair and square and he will continue to run it in her face.
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