World14 Of The Most WTF Headlines About Trump From GermanyWe've got all the greatest hits, from "Sexmonster" to "Horror Clown".By by Ryan BroderickBuzzFeed News Reporter and by Dani BeckBuzzFeed-Redaktion, DeutschlandPosted on November 8, 2016, 11:17 amTwitterFacebookLink 1. First up, we have Bild calling Trump a "Sexmonster". Bild / Via Twitter: @sarahkendzior 2. Die Welt chose to go with something a little more cinematic. Die Welt / Via Twitter: @ameckardt 3. Der Spiegel, back in January, just went with some flames, an American flag, and the word "Madness". Der Spiegel 4. The Hamburger Morgenpost this week went with maybe the greatest headline of all time: "Please, not the horror clown!" Hamburger Morgenpost / Via Twitter: @AlexSmithNBC 5. The Allgemeine Zeitung's designer must have had a lot of fun with this one. The top half says, "Well — Okay..." and the bottom half says, "...Or is the world upside down?" Allgemeine Zeitung 6. Stern: "What if... Trump became president?" Stern / Via Twitter: @kraftalex 7. Der Spiegel hit folks with another dramatic one, this one says, "The Next President: Script of Tragedy". Der Spiegel / Via Twitter: @joncody98 8. Die Welt had another cover that was just Trump's head and the words "Me Me Me Me Me Me Me Me Me". Die Welt / Via Twitter: @DaIsserJa 9. Here's an inner Trump splash from Der Spiegel. Der Spiegel / Via Twitter: @MarcusCJung 10. Welt der Wunder put Trump into a group with some other famous politicians and slapped a headline on it reading, "Psychopaths Of World History". Welt der Wunder 11. Stern tried something a bit more subtle here with "The Beauty And The Beast". Stern / Via Twitter: @PepA_2907 12. Der Spiegel back at it again, this time in September, with Trump eating the whole planet — "Five minutes before Trump". Der Spiegel 13. Die Zeit had a big splash last month. "America's blonde Mussolini" Die Zeit / Via Twitter: @_ann3tt 14. And finally, a bonus cover from Austrian magazine that's popular in Germany! A very simple: "For real?" News Magazine Ryan BroderickBuzzFeed News ReporterContact Ryan Broderick at email@example.com.Got a confidential tip? 👉 Submit it hereDani BeckBuzzFeed-Redaktion, DeutschlandDani Beck ist Social Media Redakteurin bei BuzzFeed und lebt in Berlin.Contact Dani Beck at firstname.lastname@example.org.