People magazine has hopped aboard the Trump train, just weeks after saying they'd stand by their writer who accused him of sexual assault.
Former People reporter Natasha Stoynoff published a harrowing account about allegedly being assaulted by Trump on the job while writing a profile for the magazine in 2005.
People are calling out People for this shameful 180, including famous people.
Actor and writer Zoe Kazan is calling on both celebrity subjects and normal readers to boycott the magazine.
Puff pieces in the magazine also picture Ivanka Trump and Melania Trump into huggable style icons, when they're associated with ideologies that are anything but cuddly.
Oh, and the beautiful, gracious Melania sent a letter from her lawyer threatening action after Stoynoff's story ran.
Good job, People. Way to stand by your writers (and things you only wrote a month ago).