Donald Trump's no fan of "fake news", except when it puts him in a good light it seems.
Iconic news weekly Time has asked the US President to remove a number of framed covers of the magazine from the walls of his golf clubs because they're fakes.
The covers, dated March 1, show Mr Trump staring down the camera with his arms folded, with the words "The Apprentice is a television smash!" and "Trump is hitting on all fronts… even TV!"
The Washington Post checked with Time, which confirmed not only did the cover not exist, there wasn't even an issue out that day.
The closest real issue was dated March 2, 2009, and featured Kate Winslet.
Time has asked the Trump Organization to take them down.
Mr Trump has previously boasted - and lied - about the number of times he's graced the magazine's cover, claiming in January he'd featured "14 or 15 times". Time says he's been on it 11 times - compared to disgraced former President Richard Nixon's 55.
The White House hasn't responded to Time's request.
Here's how Time magazine portrayed Mr Trump during the 2016 election campaign.