One of President Donald Trump’s favorite insults to hurl at the media is “fake news.” The phrase was prominently displayed on Trump’s Twitter Tuesday after three reporters resigned from CNN after having to retract a story on Russia that they got wrong. Trump, however, has his own piece of fake news at several of his golf courses, a photoshopped fake of a Time Magazine cover featuring Trump.

The Washington Post reported Tuesday that a fake framed copy of a Time Magazine cover had been featured in at least four of Trump’s golf courses. The cover dated March 1, 2009, was fabricated.

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“I can confirm that this is not a real TIME cover,” Kerri Chyka, a spokeswoman for Time Inc. told the Washington Post.

The cover features Trump in a suit from the chest up and above the Time Magazine logo reads “TRUMP IS HITTING ON ALL FRONTS…EVEN TV!” In the lower left-hand third, Trump’s name appears in gold and below his name reads, “The ‘Apprentice’ is a television smash!”

The real Time Magazine cover is from that period is dated March 2, 2009, and features Kate Winslet. The fake and real covers both feature three other stories on the cover, one about former President Barack Obama and health care costs, and one on the health of banks. The third story on the fake cover is about the threat of global warming.

The fake covers, the Washington Post reported, is or was featured at Trump National Doral Golf Club near Miami, Trump National Golf Club in Sterling, Virginia, Trump International Golf Links and Hotel Ireland in Clare, Ireland and Trump Turnberry in Ayrshire, Scotland.

An employee at the Scottish club told the Washington Post that the cover had been removed a few weeks ago and the one in Ireland has also been taken down.

Trump’s first real appearance on the cover of the magazine was Jan. 16, 1989. The next appearance after that was Aug. 31, 2015, and he has been on the cover 14 times.

The fake magazine cover coincides with the premiere of the second season of “Celebrity Apprentice,” which debuted March 1, 2009. It was the eighth season for the show overall.

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An odd twist to the fake cover: its barcode corresponds to a piece of Karaoke DJ software, according to Gizmodo Tuesday.

Sports Illustrated appeared to see the story and wanted to have some of their own tweeting out a blank cover of their magazine with the text “Put yourself on the cover of SI. We won't tell anyone it's fake.”