President-elect Trump was named Time magazine's "Person of the Year" on Wednesday, just as then-President-elect Obama received the same distinction in 2008 after winning that election.
But that's where the similarities stop.
While Trump's write-up in Time is a "for better or worse" overview of his victory, laced with ambivalence. Obama's was a far more hopeful and confident look at the historical nature of his coming presidency.
Here's a look at how Trump was described by Time on Tuesday compared to what the magazine said of Obama eight years ago.