Jun 30, 2017

This week, it was discovered that a Time magazine cover featuring Donald Trump that had been framed and displayed in several of his properties was a fake. Figuring this out took some sleuthing, but with the right guidance, you too can learn to quickly spot a forgery...

Signs That the Framed Trump Magazine Cover You're Looking at Is Fake

—He isn't groping anyone. (Mike)

—His pursed lips don't look like an anus. (Joe)

—Pretty sure there's not a magazine called Aging Doughy Pussyhound. (Yet!) (Jameson)

Newsweek is two words combined to make one word, yet somehow there are three misspellings in the magazine title alone. (Brandon)

—It mentions an article about his time feeding starving children in Africa. (Matt)

—Abraham Lincoln: "I wasn't half the president Trump is." (Mike)

—"Vikings Win Super Bowl" is one of the sub-headlines. (Joe)

—In the photo you can see the top edge of Trump's shirt collar. (Jameson)

—No one in your group remembers Trump winning the Tour de France. (Brandon)

—George Washington: "Biggest hands I've ever seen" (Mike)

—If Cosmo ever published "Donald Trump's 12 Tips for a More Satisfying Orgasm" you're pretty sure you'd have heard about it. (Jameson)

—The Totally Huge Penis Gazette doesn't give out a Biggest Penis of the Year Award, and it's really more of a newsletter than a magazine. (Brandon)

—It has Trump's picture on it, but no indication that the cover story pertains to his tragic business ventures, his predatory scams, or his freakshow of a personal life. (Jameson)

Baron von Contributors: Brandon Kruse, Matt Kruse, Joe Mulder, Jameson Simmons, Mike Wagner

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