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Time Reveals Its 100 Most Influential List

According to Time, the annual list "isn't a measure of power," but rather a designation of people whose time "in our estimation, is now"

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    Who would've thought Donald Trump and Cardi B would find themselves sharing time together on any list. Well, that happened Thursday when Time revealed its 100 Most Influential People list.

    The list, categorized between pioneers, artists, leaders, icons and titans, comprises a wide ranging grouping across the political and entertainment spectrum including celebrities such as Sterling K. Brown, Gal Gadot, Millie Bobby Brown, Roseanne Barr and Jimmy Kimmel, to world leaders like Trump, Kim Jong Un and Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman. Other notable mentions include late night host Jimmy Kimmel, special counsel Robert Mueller and soon to be bethroed Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

    According to Time, the annual list "isn't a measure of power," but rather a designation of people whose time "in our estimation, is now."

    Former President Barack Obama wrote an introduction for the survivors of the Parkland, Fla. shooting.

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    "The Parkland, Fla., students don’t have the kind of lobbyists or big budgets for attack ads that their opponents do. Most of them can’t even vote yet," Obama wrote. "But they have the power so often inherent in youth: to see the world anew; to reject the old constraints, outdated conventions and cowardice too often dressed up as wisdom."

    For the complete list, click here.