Trump Takes Aim at Politically Correct 'Person of the Year' Title

'Would you rather see 'Person of the Year' or 'Man of the Year?'' President-elect Trump asked a crowd in Wisconsin, ripping into political correctness in the United States.

U.S. President-elect Donald Trump poses on the cover of Time Magazine after being named its person of the year.

“Would you rather see 'Person of the Year' or 'Man of the Year?'" President-elect Trump asked his crowd in West Allis, Wisconsin. He prompted a much louder repsonse for the latter option, supposedly illustrating his point about how unpopular political correctness has become. Trump was named Time's 2016 "Person of the Year" and has since questioned the titled.  

"I'm doing this for all of your politicians over here," Trump joked, taking to task some of his fellow Republicans including Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) and Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker who were in the audience. "These guys are so politically correct," Trump quipped.

“Now so far I’ve done that three times and ‘Person of the Year’ is not doing well."