Fake Time cover embellishes Trump’s golf club walls

A recent cabinet meeting with President Donald Trump turned into a bootlicking session so obsequious it was hard not to be reminded of scenes from one party states like North Korea.

“The greatest privilege of my life is to serve as vice president to the president who’s keeping his word to the American people,” Mike Pence said.

“I am privileged to be here — deeply honored — and I want to thank you for your commitment to the American workers,” said Alexander Acosta, the secretary of labor.

“We thank you for the opportunity and the blessing to serve your agenda,” said chief of staff Reince Priebus.

But his ability to evoke extreme sycophantry isn’t the only similarity between President Trump and the rulers of far less free nations. There is also the cult of personality he propagates at his famed clubs and resorts.

According to the Washington Post, Trump’s clubs are jam packed with Trump propaganda — some of which is quite misleading or outright fake.

At one Trump club, reporters recently noticed something fishy among a wall plastered with pictures of Trump: a Time magazine cover featuring Trump that appears to be fake.

That’s right, Trump did not appear on the cover of this issue of Time, Kate Winslet did. Nevertheless, Trump has had the fake cover hung up in nearly all of his clubs.

“I can confirm that this is not a real TIME cover,” a spokeswoman for Time Inc. wrote in an e-mail to the Washington Post.

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Talk about fake news.