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Time muestra en su nueva portada las similitudes entre Trump y Putin

¿Trump o Putin? La curiosa perspectiva de Time sobre la reunión entre los mandatarios

La revista Time refleja, en su nueva portada, la reunión entre Donald Trump y Vladimir Putin en suelo finlandés creando una mezcla de ambos mandatarios.

A estas alturas, no cabe duda de que Donald Trump y Vladimir Putin se han convertido en los personajes políticos del año. Las particularidades y excentricidades de los mandatarios sumado a los extraños vínculos que mantienen son noticia día sí, día también en los medios de todo el mundo.

La reciente entrevista que ambos han mantenido en Helsinki, territorio neutral, ha acaparado la atención mediática y esta expectación se ha traducido en la nueva portada de la revista Time.

La icónica publicación, siempre acertada y original en sus tapas, ha apostado por crear una curiosa mezcla entre ambos presidentes. El resultado es una especie de Donald Putin o Vladimir Trump que busca ilustrar la reunión mantenida en Finlandia.

Un encuentro que, por cierto, parece que tendrá segunda parte, aunque esta vez en territorio americano, tras la invitación que Donald Trump ha hecho al presidente ruso.

At first glance, the man on our July 30, 2018, cover might seem familiar: it was created by morphing images of two of the world’s most recognizable men, President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin. The composite image, by visual artist @nancyburson, is meant to represent this particular moment in U.S. foreign policy, following the pair’s recent meeting in Helsinki. As our senior White House correspondent Brian Bennett writes in this week’s cover story: “A year and a half into his presidency, Trump’s puzzling affinity for #Putin has yet to be explained. #Trump is bruised by the idea that Russian election meddling taints his victory, those close to him say, and can’t concede the fact that Russia did try to interfere in the election, regardless of whether it impacted the outcome. He views this problem entirely through a political lens, these people say, unable or unwilling to differentiate between the question of whether his campaign colluded with #Russia—which he denies—and the question of whether Russia attempted to influence the election.” Burson, who became well known for developing a technique to age faces, which is used by the FBI to find missing children, says the goal of her latest composite is to help readers “stop and think” when it comes to similarities between the two leaders. “What my work has always been about is allowing people to see differently,” she tells TIME. “The combining of faces is a different way for people to see what they couldn’t see before.” Read this week's full cover story on TIME.com. Photo illustration by @nancyburson for TIME (Digital imaging by @johndepew. Source photographs: Trump: @gettyimages; Putin: Kremlin handout)

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