Colin Kaepernick makes shortlist for Time's 'Person of the Year'

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Two major movements that were front and center in current events are finalists for the coveted Time Magazine Person of the Year title.

Time will make the announcement Wednesday morning as to who is it's Person of the Year.

Patty Jenkins: The director of "Wonder Woman" who became the first female director of an American studio superhero movie.

The only other group entry is The Dreamers, undocumented child immigrants in the U.S. who Time says "face uncertain futures" amid White House plans to end Obama-era protection.

Colin Kaepernick started a national protest against racism and police brutality after he began kneeling during the national anthem at NFL games toward the end of previous year, enraging both the president and vice president.

Kim Jong Un, 33, is the North Korean leader who's shaking Americans to their core with the renewed threat of nuclear war. While the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback has struggled to find a position with the professional league this year, his protest has grew exponentially, as hundreds of NFL players kneeled during the anthem in the wake of criticism from Trump. He became a free agent in March and has yet to sign with an National Football League team this season, prompting him to file a collusion grievance against National Football League owners.

#MeToo Movement that swept through Facebook highlighting sexual harassment in the work place and beyond. The investigation has led to charges against four individuals including former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort and former Trump national security adviser Michael Flynn. Jenkins is the only female on the shortlist, though numerous #metoo members are women who have shared stories of sexual harassment or assault against Harvey Weinstein and others.

"I said probably is no good and took a pass. Thanks anyway!" If he wins the coveted spot, President Donald Trump could possibly tweet about wining a second term as Time's Person of the Year. He was written into the Communist Party's constitution, making him China's most powerful leader since Mao Zedong.

Time Person of the Year acquaints a commander-in-chief with unusual bedfellows.

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