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Victory Week, 22 Donald Trump Magazine Covers Around The World

Trump holds the press in his hand...
Trump holds the press in his hand...

UNITED STATES

TIME


Washington City Paper


The New Yorker


BRAZIL


Veja


Carta Capital


PERU


Caretas


UNITED KINGDOM

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The Economist


The Spectator

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New Statesman


SWEDEN

Fokus


FRANCE


Courrier International

Le Point


GERMANY

Stern


ITALY


Internazionale


PORTUGAL

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Visão


UKRAINE

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Korrespondent


SERBIA

Nedeljnik


SLOVENIA

Mladina


INDIA


The Week

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India Today


INDONESIA


Koran Tempo


HONG KONG

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Why are all these people leaving a state that on paper looks like the best place in the world to live? Why are stickers with the phrase “Don't California my Texas” attached to the back of so many pick-up trucks?

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