America President Elect, Donald Trump Wins TIME Magazine Person Of The Year 2016

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President-elect Donald Trump, whose election campaign made the entire world take notice, has been selected as TIME’s 2016 Person of the Year.
The magazine revealed its choice Wednesday on TODAY.
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"To be on the cover of Time as Person of the Year is a tremendous honor,"
Trump told Matt Lauer in an interview after the reveal.

Every year, TIME editors select the person — or idea — who has most influenced the news and the world in the past year, for good or ill.
Trump beat out 10 other finalists, including his Democratic rival, Hillary Clinton. TIME declared Clinton their runner-up, and she was also the top pick among TODAY viewers.

This will be Trump’s 10th time on the magazine’s cover, and all but one have been since August 2015. His first appearance on TIME was in 1989.



-- 1marviz (m) at 7-12-2016 03:00PM
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congrattt man!!!!!
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-- chukkychukky (m) at 7-12-2016 03:13PM
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dats my mentor, i admire u sir, i stand by u sir and i love u sir

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-- Larry28 (f) at 7-12-2016 03:20PM
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Nice
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-- donsmoki (m) at 7-12-2016 03:30PM
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why is it said on d magazine "divided states of america"
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-- diutopep (f) at 7-12-2016 03:32PM
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Good
Congrats Oga Trump!
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-- benosky4 (m) at 7-12-2016 03:39PM
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Good for him,
Ama work harder to make the list atleast

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-- kison (m) at 7-12-2016 05:26PM
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 Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin
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-- kacylee (f) at 7-12-2016 07:27PM
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And let the game begin

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-- 419BigBoy (m) at 7-12-2016 08:08PM
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the man had to kick a lot of azz in his very own political party before defeating the opposition candidate in the general election.

time magazine should be ashamed for dat devious sub-title
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-- journalist96 (m) at 7-12-2016 08:28PM
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I'd never seen trump looking this good before! Nice picture.
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-- EDDYPRINCE (m) at 7-12-2016 09:10PM
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Good for him
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-- EDDYPRINCE (m) at 7-12-2016 09:11PM
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TWIMC
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-- Powerfulify (m) at 8-12-2016 03:29AM
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Congratulations presido
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-- Sexyidol (m) at 8-12-2016 07:22AM
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And together with his boyfriend Putin...they rule the world
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-- 419BigBoy (m) at 8-12-2016 12:18PM
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info on dis company ....

CNN & Time Warner Slammed With Racial Discrimination Class Action Suit

Already battling several racial discrimination claims in the courts, CNN now finds itself facing a class action from a former employee and others – and the move is based on the cable news network’s own stats.

RelatedAT&T & Time Warner CEOs Parry Charges That Merger Would Hurt Consumers
“As a result of the current discrimination lawsuit filed on behalf of DeWayne Walker vs. CNN, Time Warner & Turner, we have uncovered stories involving abuse of power, nepotism, revenge, retaliation and discrimination,” attorney Daniel Meachum said in a statement today. A producer at CNN, Walker sued the newser earlier this year for $50 million over alleged discrimination and retaliation.

“A review of compensation ratios, provided by Turner and/or CNN’s Human Resources Diversity Trends Report amongst Turner’s various departments indicate staunch discrimination in compensation for males of color and minorities holding positions above mid-level managing,” claims the jury-seeking action (read it here) filed yesterday in federal court against the Jeff Zucker-run channel, TBS and Time Warner. “Salaries paid by Turner and/or CNN to African­ Americans compared with salaries paid to Caucasian employees reveals dramatic differences in pay in similarly situated employees of different race,” read the suit, filed on behalf of now-pink-slipped CNNer Conner Celeslie Henley and longtime TBS employee Ernie Colbert Jr.

“Furthermore, African-Americans are deterred away from filing grievances and complaints about mistreatment for fear of losing their jobs and being blacklisted from the only career they have maintained for decades,” the class action also claims.

Time Warner

Seeking wide-ranging damages and pay plus a court order ending the alleged discriminatory practice, the filing this week comes as Time Warner execs today faced a grilling from senators in DC over AT&T’s proposed $85 billion acquisition of the media giant. Which can’t be the kind of optics either company wants as they face regulatory hurdles and the possible opposition of President Donald Trump. The class action also comes as the racial discrimination cases against CNN of now ex-producer Ricky Blalock, former producers Stanley Wilson and Omar Butcher are still making their way before the courts.

RelatedCNN Hit With Second Racial Discrimination Lawsuit
Through a spokesperson, CNN declined to comment on this latest legal action. However, the December 6 filing in U.S. District court in Georgia seems to speak volumes.

“Such stark statistics can only be attributed to the fact that Turner, specifically, CNN has implemented formal written and unwritten policies and practices regarding promotions which do not allow or require open competition-­ through the posting of all positions- for positions higher than vice president, but allow “management nomination,” which amounts to little more than word of mouth recommendations, and other closed procedures, including the use of a high­ potential list,” the 41-page filing notes of the alleged process of discrimination occurring at the cabler.

Meachum of Atlanta’s Daniel R. Meachum & Associates is representing Henley, Colbert and potential further class members in the matter.
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-- 1marviz (m) at 8-12-2016 12:23PM
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Quote from: 419BigBoy on  8-12-2016 12:18PM
info on dis company ....

CNN & Time Warner Slammed With Racial Discrimination Class Action Suit

Already battling several racial discrimination claims in the courts, CNN now finds itself facing a class action from a former employee and others – and the move is based on the cable news network’s own stats.

RelatedAT&T & Time Warner CEOs Parry Charges That Merger Would Hurt Consumers
“As a result of the current discrimination lawsuit filed on behalf of DeWayne Walker vs. CNN, Time Warner & Turner, we have uncovered stories involving abuse of power, nepotism, revenge, retaliation and discrimination,” attorney Daniel Meachum said in a statement today. A producer at CNN, Walker sued the newser earlier this year for $50 million over alleged discrimination and retaliation.

“A review of compensation ratios, provided by Turner and/or CNN’s Human Resources Diversity Trends Report amongst Turner’s various departments indicate staunch discrimination in compensation for males of color and minorities holding positions above mid-level managing,” claims the jury-seeking action (read it here) filed yesterday in federal court against the Jeff Zucker-run channel, TBS and Time Warner. “Salaries paid by Turner and/or CNN to African­ Americans compared with salaries paid to Caucasian employees reveals dramatic differences in pay in similarly situated employees of different race,” read the suit, filed on behalf of now-pink-slipped CNNer Conner Celeslie Henley and longtime TBS employee Ernie Colbert Jr.

“Furthermore, African-Americans are deterred away from filing grievances and complaints about mistreatment for fear of losing their jobs and being blacklisted from the only career they have maintained for decades,” the class action also claims.

Time Warner

Seeking wide-ranging damages and pay plus a court order ending the alleged discriminatory practice, the filing this week comes as Time Warner execs today faced a grilling from senators in DC over AT&T’s proposed $85 billion acquisition of the media giant. Which can’t be the kind of optics either company wants as they face regulatory hurdles and the possible opposition of President Donald Trump. The class action also comes as the racial discrimination cases against CNN of now ex-producer Ricky Blalock, former producers Stanley Wilson and Omar Butcher are still making their way before the courts.

RelatedCNN Hit With Second Racial Discrimination Lawsuit
Through a spokesperson, CNN declined to comment on this latest legal action. However, the December 6 filing in U.S. District court in Georgia seems to speak volumes.

“Such stark statistics can only be attributed to the fact that Turner, specifically, CNN has implemented formal written and unwritten policies and practices regarding promotions which do not allow or require open competition-­ through the posting of all positions- for positions higher than vice president, but allow “management nomination,” which amounts to little more than word of mouth recommendations, and other closed procedures, including the use of a high­ potential list,” the 41-page filing notes of the alleged process of discrimination occurring at the cabler.

Meachum of Atlanta’s Daniel R. Meachum & Associates is representing Henley, Colbert and potential further class members in the matter.



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-- AmazingMarie (f) at 9-12-2016 03:35PM
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he is far with gracing the covers of Time magazine. kudos Trump
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