The glam magazine was all ready for Hillary's close up when The Donald and people in 30 states and the second congressional district in Maine put an end to Hillary's presidential ambitions, the Daily Mail reported.
The cover instead went to Kendall and six other narrow models. The headline still said: "Women Rule!" -- just not that Hillary woman.
From the Daily Mail:
On Wednesday, New York Times features writer Jacob Bernstein posted a photo of the cover on Twitter, writing: 'Vogue's March issue was going to feature Hillary Clinton in the cover. That didn't quite work out...'
He later deleted that tweet, which came two weeks after Fast Company also claimed that a Clinton cover had been planned and then scrapped post-election.
'The idea to have Clinton on the cover of the upcoming "power" issue was ultimately tabled in the wake of her election defeat - it's not clear if that was Clinton's decision or the magazine's - and the editors spent weeks scrambling to find a replacement,' wrote Fast Company at the time.
Meanwhile, in a new interview with the Wall Street Journal, the magazine's longtime Editor-in-Chief Anna Wintour promised that there would be more coverage of the current First Lady moving forward.Melania on the cover.
Not only will Trump Make America Great Again, but he Kept Vogue Covers Beautiful.
Some of those girls look like they are not much above their birthweight.
"Trump the Establishment," my look at the general election, is available in paperback at Create Space, or if you prefer or (via Instapundit) Amazon as a paperback.
Kindle will be available March 1.
This is the sequel to "Trump the Press," which covered the nomination. It is available on Kindle, or in paperback on Create Space.