Time's Person of the Year 2017: "Silence Breakers" Like Ashley Judd and Taylor Swift

Time's Person of the Year 2017:
Time has selected the "silence breakers" as its Person of the Year. Today's Savannah Guthrie and Hoda Kotb announced the news on the air Wednesday morning. The group succeeds Donald Trump, who was given the honor last year after winning the U.S. presidency. (Trump claimed last month he had declined an offer to "probably" receive the title again this year; a spokesperson for the magazine tweeted he'd shared "incorrect" information.) Runners up for 2017 included Trump (No. 2) and the President of China, Xi Jinping (No. 3). Ashley Judd, who shared her story of sexual harassment at the hands of Harvey Weinstein, appears on the cover alongside Taylor Swift, who successfully sued a radio DJ...
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