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Meet The 50 Least Influential People In The World, 2017

It’s no surprise that former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci topped the list of the 50 Least Powerful People in the World  for 2017, according to Wall Street 24/7.  Meanwhile, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton also made the list for losing the election to Donald Trump, the annual list is compiled by Samuel Stebbins, Evan Comen, John Harrington, and Michael B. Sauter.

Then there was New Jersey Governor Chris Christie at No. 2 on the list, followed by former FBI Director James Comey, former Ford Motor Company CEO Mark Fields, and Tiger Woods.

Here’s hoping you’re not on it!

That’s not to say you’ve never heard of these people, but those on the list probably thought their 2017 was going to end up a little bit better than it actually did.

The ranking is gauged on how influential they once were and how big the fall. The list tracks what they call the top 50 “well-known individuals around the world who have recently experienced a precipitous loss in stature.

The Top 50 Least Influential People In The World, 2017

  1. Anthony Scaramucci
    Occupation: White House Communications Director
  2. Chris Christie
    Occupation: Governor of New Jersey
  3. James Comey
    Occupation: Director of the FBI
  4. Mark Fields
    Occupation: CEO of Ford Motor Company
  5. Tiger Woods
    Occupation: Professional golfer

  6. Kendall Jenner
    Occupation: Model, television personality
  7. Montgomery Moran:
    Occupation: Co-CEO of Chipotle
  8. Tomi Lahren
    Occupation: Media personality
  9. Park Geun-hye
    Occupation: President of South Korea
  10. Mitch McConnell
    Occupation: U.S. Senator
  11. Mitt Romney
    Occupation: Governor of Massachusetts, presidential candidate
  12. Jeff Immelt
    Occupation: CEO of General Electric
  13. Matthew Salzberg
    Occupation: CEO of Blue Apron
  14. Hope Solo
    Occupation: Professional soccer player
  15. Andy Hall
    Occupation: Hedge fund manager
  16. Sean Spicer
    Occupation: White House Press Secretary
  17. Sérgio Cabral Filho
    Occupation: Governor of Rio De Janeiro
  18. Martin Shkreli
    Occupation: Pharmaceutical CEO/hedge fund manager
  19. Tim Allen
    Occupation: Actor, comedian
  20. John Stumpf
    Occupation: CEO of Wells Fargo
  21. Nate Parker
    Occupation: Film director, actor
  22. Jay Y. Lee
    Occupation: Vice Chairman of Samsung Electronics
  23. Theresa May
    Occupation: Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
  24. Milo Yiannopoulos
    Occupation: Journalist, Media personality
  25. Colin Kaepernick
    Occupation: Professional football player
  26. Sheri McCoy
    Occupation: CEO of Avon Products
  27. Evan Spiegel
    Occupation: CEO of Snap Inc.
  28. Francois Hollande
    Occupation: Politician
  29. Rob Kardashian
    Occupation: Reality TV personality
  30. Pat McCrory
    Occupation: Governor of North Carolina
  31. Anthony Weiner
    Occupation: Politician
  32. Felix “PewDiePie” Kjellberg
    Occupation: YouTube star
  33. Bill Ackman
    Occupation: Hedge fund manager
  34. Bill O’Reilly
    Occupation: Journalist, television host
  35. Mickey Drexler
    Occupation: CEO of J. Crew
  36. Josh Trank
    Occupation: Director
  37. Paul Ryan
    Occupation: Speaker of the House
  38. Oscar Munoz
    Occupation: CEO of United Airlines
  39. Dilma Rousseff
    Occupation: President of Brazil
  40. Travis Kalanick
    Occupation: CEO of Uber
  41. R. Kelly
    Occupation: Musical artist
  42. Bill Shine
    Occupation: Co-president of Fox News
  43. Rex Ryan
    Occupation: NFL Coach
  44. Bill Cosby
    Occupation: Actor, comedian
  45. Kathy Griffin
    Occupation: Comedian
  46. Reince Priebus
    Occupation: White House Chief of Staff
  47. Ja Rule
    Occupation: Musician/Fyre Festival promoter
  48. Michael Flynn
    Occupation: National Security Advisor
  49. Donald Trump Jr.
    Occupation: Member of first family
  50. Hillary Clinton
    Occupation: Secretary of state, presidential candidate
Aimee Lee Webber
Editorial Aide/Reporter at The CEOWORLD magazine. Nationally Syndicated Advice Columnist. Generally prefer dogs to humans. Loves dragons. New Yorker.