Kim Jong Un, Colin Kaepernick, Trump make TIME Person of the Year shortlist

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Colin Kaepernick honored by ACLU, Time magazine

- washingtonpost.com
04 Dec 2017
The award preceded the news Monday that Kaepernick is on the shortlist of candidates for Time Magazine's Person of the Year award. The other nine finalists (listed alphabetically) include Amazon founder and Washington Post owner Jeffrey P. Bezos, the Dreamers, "Wonder Woman" director Patty Jenkins, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, the MeToo Movement, special counsel Robert ...

Check Out Time's 2017 Person of the Year Shortlist

04 Dec 2017
Trump is joined by nine others on the 2017 shortlist, including some people he's feuded with: special prosecutor Robert Mueller, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, Amazon founder Jeff Bezos and former San Francisco 49ers player Colin Kaepernick. The MeToo movement also made the list.
- nbcbayarea.com

Time Reveals Its "Person Of The Year" Finalists

- zerohedge.com
04 Dec 2017
The other names on the list are: Amazon CEO and world's richest man Jeff Bezos, the MeToo movement, Kim Jong Un, Xi Jinping, Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman, Colin Kaepernick, the dreamers, Robert Mueller and Patty Jenkins (Jenkins directed the Hollywood blockbuster "Wonder Woman").
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