Should get you fixed right up.
Anyway, here’s what happens when the media “puts the fix in,” in the post-establishment era.
Surviving copies of Newsweek with the headline “Madam President” over a picture of Hillary Clinton are being sold online for prices as high as $10,000, according to the Hill.
Newsweek magazine prepared for its first issue after the presidential election on Nov. 8 by producing two different versions. One issue had Hillary Clinton on the cover and the other had Donald Trump, who ended up winning the election.
The Clinton copy had a picture of the former Democratic nominee smiling with her hands folded under her chin. The only text on the cover read “Madam President.”
Only the Clinton versions…
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