Colin Kaepernick on Time's 'Person of the Year' Shortlist

Colin Kaepernick on Time's 'Person of the Year' Shortlist

Colin Kaepernick on Time's 'Person of the Year' Shortlist

Time Magazine shared their Top 10 finalists for Person of the Year Monday, and we're curious to know what you think.

TIME's first selection was Charles Lindbergh, the first person to make a solo non-stop flight across the Atlantic.

Trump was the 2016 Person of the Year and, as usual, created a stir on Twitter recently when he said the magazine told him he was "probably" going to win again but that he "took a pass".

Quarterback Colin Kaepernick started a movement when he took a knee during the National Anthem previous year to protest racial injustice.

Repeated ballistic missile tests and a back-and-forth war of words with President Donald Trump from the North Korean Leader has intensified the threat of nuclear war in American minds. The protests have swept the National Football League this year and have even drawn attention from the President of the United States.

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Ole Miss grants Shea Patterson's request to talk about a transfer
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Also in the running are the Dreamers, the children of undocumented immigrants whose parents brought them into the United States.

It would be quite an achievement for Trump to score the honor in two consecutive years. The movement began shortly after the bombshell New York Times expose about Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein, and since then, dozens of prominent figures across several industries-from Matt Lauer to Kevin Spacey to Mark Halperin to Charlie Rose-have lost their jobs when their victims finally felt empowered enough to speak out about their experiences. Sen.

The #MeToo movement represents the people, mostly women, who have fueled a worldwide discussion about sexual harassment and assault. Other players followed, and President Trump supercharged the controversy. If he wins the coveted spot, President Donald Trump could possibly tweet about wining a second term as Time's Person of the Year.

President of China, Xi Jinping, is considered one of the country's most powerful leaders ever.

The 2017 Person of the Year will be announced on the TODAY Show Wednesday morning.

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