As Hillary Clinton progresses through her book tour, The New Yorker revealed this week what its cover would have been had Clinton won the 2016 presidential election last November.
Titled "The First" and designed by Malika Favre, the cover depicts Clinton at night staring out a window that appears to be in the Oval Office.
"Over the past ten months, many Americans, regardless of how they voted, have contemplated what life would have looked like if Hillary Clinton had been elected President," the magazine wrote Wednesday. "In at least one respect, we can now share a definitive answer. Above is the cover," it added, referencing Favre's artwork.
Following President Trump's election, The New Yorker published Bob Staake’s "The Wall" on its cover, an image of a brick wall, partially built, that covered the lower half of "New" in the magazine's name.
"The First" instead appeared online this month accompanying David Remnick's article "Hillary Clinton Looks Back In Anger." Remnick spoke with Clinton for his article in which she discussed the election, Trump and "the power of sexism."
Earlier this week, Clinton told USA TODAY's Susan Page that she is "convinced" there was collusion by Trump associates in the 2016 election. "There certainly was communication and there certainly was an understanding of some sort," she said.
Her new memoir What Happened, which recounts her loss to Trump, has drawn criticism and support from both the left and the right of the political aisle.
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