Speaking at one of his disgusting “Thank You” rallies while simultaneously skipping his daily intelligence briefings, Donald Trump said that he would have rather won “Man of the Year” instead of “Person of the Year.”

Speaking to a roaring adoring crowd in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Trump said that though “Person of the Year” was nice, the change from “Man of the Year” in 1999 was more evil P.C. language.

“You know, Time magazine, they were both nice and a little bit wise guy yesterday. They gave me the ‘Person of the Year.’ It used to be the ‘Man of the Year.’ Now it’s ‘Person of the Year.’ That’s good. They’re politically correct. They were very politically correct.”

Trump said that the change in language was a sign of how Time Magazine had gone downhill.

“Seriously. because I won, it’s ‘Person of the Year.’ So for years, it was the ‘Man of the Year,’ right? And I think even if a woman was named, it was the ‘Man of the Year,’ so its a little bit shaky.”

“That could be why the magazine business isn’t so great. I don’t know.”

Of course the thick-skulled knuckle-dragger was too inept to see that his win for “Person of the Year” was no doubt in the same league as the wins by Hitler and Stalin – less about heroism or devotion and more about the massive damage he has wrought.

He should really worry about the league of men he has placed himself with, rather than the fact that men and women can now exist in the same category (egads!).

The change from Man of the Year to Person of the Year is simply a recognition that a woman winning the award rather than a man is not a rare exception, but an expected outcome. After all, throughout the years, the award has been given to an entire nation, the collective “protester,” and the computer just to name a few.

Honestly, though he complains about P.C. language, Trump is the most sensitive man we’ve seen in the public eye since… ever. No one demands a safe space more often than Herr Drumpf and we are sick and tired of accommodating his whining.

Sydney Robinson is a political writer for the Ring of Fire Network. She has also appeared in political news videos for Ring of Fire. Sydney has a degree in English Literature from the University of West Florida, and has an active interest in politics, social justice, and environmental issues. She would love to hear from you on Twitter @SydneyMkay or via email at srobinson@ringoffireradio.com