President Donald Trump might be Time's Person of the Year.
Or it might be Kim Jong Un.
Or Colin Kaepernick.
Or the #MeToo Movement.
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Despite Trump's recent tweet suggesting he'd passed on the honor , the magazine hasn't declared who makes the cut but is releasing its short list.
Trump, who was named POTY in 2016, joins Amazon/Washington Post chief Jeff Bezos, Chinese president Xi Jinping, Special counsel Robert Mueller, director Patty Jenkins, the Dreamer movement and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman as finalists this year.
Trump "has spent his first year in the Oval Office attempting to dismantle the work of the Obama Administration, from health care to immigration policy, environmental regulations to tax reform, all while continuing to spark feuds and controversy with an unfiltered Twitter feed," Time notes.