TIME has narrowed down the list of candidates for its 2017 Person of the Year to 10 finalists.
Revealed on Monday's episode of TODAY, they include 2016 Person of the Year Donald Trump and, well, a lot of people Trump doesn't like. NFL player and protestor Colin Kaepernick, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, Amazon founder (and Washington Post owner) Jeff Bezos, Justice Department special prosecutor Robert Mueller, the 800,000 undocumented immigrants known as "The Dreamers," and the women of the "#MeToo" movement against sexual harassment and abuse are also contenders for this year's award, as is Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins.
The winner will be revealed on Wednesday's episode of TODAY.
Last month, Trump claimed he had already been offered this year's Person of the Year honor, but turned it down--a claim TIME said wasn't true, as the honoree is not notified beforehand.
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