Newsweek is ready to declare Hillary Clinton the next president of the United States.

Twitter user @mghnbtts — whose account has since been deleted — posted an image of what she says is the latest edition of the weekly magazine.

“I work at a bookstore and we typically get magazines early and lookie what we got here,” she wrote.

She posted these two images:

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Note the edition is dated November 8, 2016 and the caption is, “Hillary Clinton’s Historic Journey to the White House.”

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“The 2016 presidential election was unique in a number of ways: It saw the first major-party female nominee for the highest office in the country, the improbably rise of the kind of demoagogue previously unknown in American politics and enough infighting and mudslinging for 10 election cycles,” the article reads, according to the photo.

“But as the tone of the election grew darker and more bizarre by the day, President-Elect Hillary Clinton ‘went high’ when her opponent and his supporters went even lower.”

Newsweek goes on to call Donald Trump’s supporters “deplorable,” echoing Clinton’s line to a roomful of Manhattan elites.

” … President-Elect Clinton continued to push for an issues-based campaign even as a handful of Trump’s most deplorable supporters, seeing the wide margin Clinton held among female voters, called for the repeal of the 19th amendment.”

After she posted the images, her account was deleted and she was admonished by a reporter:

“Bet @mghnbtts wishes she didn’t break @Newsweek embargo,” Luke Costin tweeted.