Which presidential candidate would you rather see on the cover of TIME?

The cover of Time Magazine is an obvious political winner for the Republican presidential candidate, Donald Trump.

The magazine is known for its conservative stance and it has not shied away from its endorsements of the Trump family.

The latest issue of Time features the cover story by Dr. David Schaper, who was once a colleague of the president.

Time has not taken any action against Dr. Schaper or Time, which owns Time magazine, but it has issued an apology.

In the cover article, Dr. Paul Schaper outlines how Trump has changed his ways.

“In the early years of the campaign, Trump was seen as a bully who was unapologetic in his attacks on political opponents,” Dr. Stephen Kornbluh writes.

“He called a Gold Star father a traitor, called black children ‘super predators’ and blamed African Americans for the rise of the Islamic State, which has been at war with the West since 2003.”

“The campaign has since shifted its focus, and now the president is calling out his opponents for their support of the military intervention in Syria and the killing of thousands of Syrian civilians in his last days in office,” Schaper writes.

TIME has not immediately responded to a request for comment from Business Insider.

Trump has also become more vocal about the need to bring back the Gold Star parents and their families.

The president made headlines recently when he said he wants to “bring back” Gold Star mothers and their children who lost their lives in the Syrian conflict.

Dr. Josephine Cordero, a military psychologist, was among the Gold Stars whose son was killed in Syria.

She was an Army medic who returned to the United States from Afghanistan with her husband, who is a Marine.

Trump said at a rally last month that the mothers and children of soldiers who died in Syria “should be given the chance to go home.”

“I think it would be very good for the world if they were given the opportunity to come home,” Trump said.

“The families of those who lost loved ones in the battle of Syria, I would think, would be much better off if we brought them home.”

TIME also honored the Gold Medal recipient, Dr Kaya Johnson, a psychiatrist and writer, in its March cover story.

Dr Johnson has written about how military veterans are struggling with post-traumatic stress disorder after spending time in the war zones.

TIME also recently featured two other veterans who lost sons to the war.

“For the last 15 years, my son, Eric, and I have been watching the war in Iraq unfold,” says Nancy Tew, whose son, David, was killed by an IED in Iraq in 2008.

“We have watched as the world turned against us.

We have watched our son suffer and die.”

The magazine also featured the author of “America’s Most Wanted,” and a veteran of the U.S. Army’s 101st Airborne Division, Col. Thomas B. Kline, who said that “every time I have to think about my dead brother, I want to be a hero.”

TIME did not immediately respond to a message seeking comment from TIME.

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