Donald Trump’s TIME magazine cover is raising eyebrows after some say he has devil horns sticking out of his head.
The real estate tycoon was named the “Person of the Year” by the magazine and he was placed under the magazine title’s “M” where it looks as if he has horns bulging from his head.
Social media users took notice to the cover.
Kudos to the designer who made the "M" look like devil horns. We will send you care packages after Trump throws you in prison. pic.twitter.com/jsqKxC8IOq— Rex Huppke (@RexHuppke) December 7, 2016
Give that art director a raise pic.twitter.com/5Xe1RrOGbj— Christopher Hooton (@ChristophHooton) December 7, 2016
I love the position of Trump's picture on Time magazine. It really brings out his devil-like horns 😈— Marilyn Fregoso (@littomarilyn) December 7, 2016
“Given the shape of the letter "m" in the magazine's name and its location on the cover, many other subjects in the past have also appeared to sprout extra features," the magazine said in a statement. Any resemblance to cats, bats or devil horns is entirely coincidental."
Trump has found himself in a Twitter war with Steelworker’s Union Leader Chuck Jones, who says the president-elect exaggerated the number of jobs he saved at the Carrier air conditioner plant in Indiana.
Jones, who has been the president of the union since 1999, said Trump got his figures wrong.
“The union leader said Trump appeared to be taking credit for rescuing 350 engineering positions that were never scheduled to leave," according to The Washington Post: "Five hundred fifty of his members, he said, were still losing their jobs. And the company was still collecting millions of dollars in tax breaks.”
Jones told The Washington Post: “He got up there and, for whatever reason, lied his ass off.”
Trump fired off on Twitter saying Jones has “done a terrible job representing workers.”
Chuck Jones, who is President of United Steelworkers 1999, has done a terrible job representing workers. No wonder companies flee country!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 8, 2016
If United Steelworkers 1999 was any good, they would have kept those jobs in Indiana. Spend more time working-less time talking. Reduce dues— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 8, 2016
Meanwhile, Trump nominated General John Kelly to run the Department of Homeland Security.
He joins retired generals James “Mad Dog” Mattis at defense, and Michal Flynn as national security adviser.