Even as the image of Time's cover spread across the internet, Weinstein faced a fresh lawsuit on Wednesday from six women and, separately, a group of female United States legislators publicly demanded Senator Al Franken resign over accusations that he groped constituents and co-workers.
I would tell people who find themselves in this situation that there is a great deal of blame placed on the victims in cases of sexual harassment and assault. Just out of frame - only her arm is visible - is a hospital worker who wished to represent those who can't speak out.
TIME's own definition of "Person of the Year" is the person they believe have most influenced news and events of the past year, "for good or ill". "This is just the start". When asked if she felt guilty about Mueller losing his job, she said, "I'm not going to let you or your client make me feel in any way that this is my fault". But in a prime example of said men continuing to be the worst, Mueller is still attempting to troll Swift: he told the Associated Press that he mailed Swift a one-dollar Sacagawea coin this week-because a coin featuring a historically significant woman should be some sort of twisted jab at Swift's victory. Today host Savannah Guthrie acknowledged that this year's victor hits "close to home" and mentioned Lauer by name.
To read Swift's full interview, head over to Time.
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His ascent to the highest office despite those accusations has doubtless powered the #MeToo movement and its close cousins, like the Women's March on Washington DC to protest his presidency.
And she does not talk about the time her lawyer tried to silence a young, female blogger who took her to task for not condemning the white supremacists who worship Swift. "The overall message to us was that we don't really matter".
Other people in the running for the title included Kim Jong Un, Robert Mueller, Patty Jenkins, Colin Kaepernick, Xi Jinping and Donald Trump.