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‘Time’ Releases 100 Most Influential People ft. Taylor Swift, Gayle King and more

By Reuters
18 April 2019   |   10:06 am
'Time' Releases 100 Most Influential People Ft. Taylor Swift, Gayle King and more According to 'USA TODAY,' the issue will depict the following people on its cover: Taylor Swift, Dwayne Johnson, Sandra Oh, Gayle King, Mohamed Salah and Nancy Pelosi.

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