Hillary Clinton, Jeb Bush on GQ's 'least influential' list
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The list is described as a "comprehensive, anger-fueled list of everyone who ruined our year."

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"It's Donald Trump!" he wrote. "I genuinely doubt whether that man can tie his own shoes, and he still beat her."


Magary wrote that he hated listing Clinton after she won the popular vote by more than 2.8 million, but he had no choice.

"Would it have killed you to visit Wisconsin, Hillary? I know it's full of fat people and bad pretzels, but sometimes you gotta come out of your fundraising hole and kiss some babies. I'll never get over it."

Jeb Bush, who lost to Trump in the GOP presidential primary, and the Bush family also earned a spot on the list. 

Former Rep. Anthony Weiner (D-N.Y.), who was under investigation for allegedly sending sexually explicit messages to a minor, also made the list. The writer called Weiner a "breathtaking, unbelievable idiot."

Earlier this year, investigators found emails they thought might be pertinent to the investigation into Clinton's use of a private email server on a laptop seized as part of the investigation into Weiner. 

"Don't even talk to us right now," Magary wrote. "Don't even look at us. You should just go lock yourself in the pantry and stay there until we tell you to come out, which will be never."