PHILADELPHIA (CBS/AP) — Did Time magazine give Donald Trump horns on its “Person of the Year” cover?
Many on social media believe so.READ MORE: Police Say Daughter's Roommate Accused In Fatal Fire That Killed 81-Year-Old Julius Drelick, According To Court Documents
People took to Twitter to point out that it appears Time gave the president-elect devil horns with where they placed him on the cover.
Time named Trump its Person of the Year on Wednesday, bestowing what the president-elect called an “honor” even as he derided the idea that he’ll lead “the Divided States of America.”READ MORE: Philadelphia Police: Man Injured After Being Shot Near Fox Chase Wawa
That was a reference to Time’s cover line — “Donald Trump: President of the Divided States of America” — that was positioned next to the cover photograph of the president-elect sitting in his private residence at Trump Tower.
“I didn’t divide ’em,” Trump said on NBC’s “Today” show. “We’re going to put it back together and we’re going to have a country that’s very well-healed.”
Time editor Nancy Gibbs said the publication’s choice was a “straightforward” choice of the person who has had the greatest influence on events “for better or worse.”MORE NEWS: WATCH LIVE: Eagles' Nick Sirianni To Speak With Media Following Win Against Jets
Hillary Clinton finished second.