As our readers will no doubt recall, there was a veritable certainty among the mainstream media and the polls that Hillary Clinton would win the 2016 election. With that certainty in mind, a third-party company named Topix Media shipped out Newsweek magazines declaring Clinton as president prior to the election, while the Donald Trump magazine covers were still being produced.
According to NBC, the covers that had been shipped prior to the election were recalled once it was clear Trump was going to win, but not before some of the Clinton “Madam President” magazines had already been sold.
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
It makes you wonder how much that special edition of Newsweek would see for now, if the activist ever decided to part with such an incredible and one-of-a-kind keepsake.
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Source: Conservative Tribune