"This man hadn’t considered any formalities when he assaulted me ... why should I be polite?"
President Trump, the runner-up, had previously said he was "probably" going to be named for the top spot, but "took a pass." The editor-in-chief of the magazine said that was not the case.
Time magazine awarded its annual prize to German chancellor Angela Merkel, but according to Twitter these individuals were also worthy of the award.
The United Spinal Association asks Time magazine to remove Kalanick from consideration for its Person Of The Year issue, arguing that Uber's policies discriminate against disabled riders.
Edward Snowden, Edith Windsor, Bashar Assad and Ted Cruz all made the shortlist.
Sisi ousted Cyrus in a closely contested battle, to win the "completely unscientific" readers' poll.
Since 1927, many surprising, controversial, awful, and awesome figures have graced the year-end covers of Time magazine.
President Obama won this year, but women like teen activist Malala Yousafzai and Yahoo CEO Marisa Mayer were shortlisted for the title.
TIME magazine has named their 2010 person of the year, and as usual, it's pretty controversial. Some people are probably going to be pretty shocked by this one, but in many ways, it was inevitable.
Time's Person of the Year for 2008 is Barack Obama.