Time magazine named 10 candidates for the title of “man of the year”
Time magazine named 10 candidates for the title of “man of the year” in 2017. The final decision will be announced Wednesday, December 6, in the morning broadcast of Today on NBC.
Among candidates — the President of the United States Donald trump, and fleet Jinping, Chairman of the state Council of the DPRK Kim Jong-UN, the crown Prince of Saudi Arabia Mohammed Ibn Salman and spectacular USA with the “Russian case” Robert Mueller. Of the businessmen in the list were only the CEO of online retailer Amazon Jeff Bezos, “which became the richest man in the world and continues to expand its worldwide retail Empire.”
Also on the list of Dreamers — “generation of dreams”. So Time called children of the illegal immigrants in the U.S. whose status is under threat because of trump’s intention to cancel the effect of the order President Obama’s “deferred action against arrived in childhood”, allowing them to stay in the U.S. to study and work.
In the top 10 was Director of the very successful film “the Miracle woman” Patty Jenkins, American football player Colin Kapernick who refused to stand during the anthem of the United States in protest against racism and the movement against harassment #MeToo that emerged in the Wake of the scandal surrounding producer Harvey Weinstein.
In 2016, the Time recognized man of the year then elected the 45th President of the USA of Donald trump, calling him the “President of the divided States of America.” In the 2015 man of the year became Chancellor of Germany Angela Merkel, 2014 — the people who are struggling with the Ebola virus, in 2013 Pope Francis, and in 2012 — President Barack Obama. The President of Russia Vladimir Putin has received this title once, in 2007, the President of the USSR Mikhail Gorbachev twice, the first President of Russia Boris Yeltsin — never.