Donald Trump goes big picture on what Newsweek's decision to end its print edition means
Donald Trump is feeling Newsweek's pain — right in his trophy case.
The "Apprentice" star and presidential campaign flirt took to Twitter Thursday to put the magazine's decision to end its print edition in the proper context.
"Now my Newsweek covers mean nothing–they lost all credibility," Trump tweeted. "TIME to follow?"
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Trump appeared a handful of times on the magazine's cover both for his role overseeing the NBC reality show and for his work running a real estate empire with a penchant for plastering his last name on buildings.
He did label the Newsweek move "sad," before turning his attention to relationship advice for Robert Pattinson and a plug for an upcoming interview on "Extra." Apparently when it comes to the whole Kristen Stewart cheating thing, Trump is very much "Team Edward." He urged Pattinson to ditch his "Twilight" co-star and check out the Miss Universe contestants.
Newsweek executives said Thursday that it will end its print edition by the end of this year and will become an all-digital publication, signaling the end of an era for the 80-year-old publication.