THE LARGE-HEADLINED controversies are coming so quickly this week that not even some of America’s quickest cartoonists can keep up.
“One afternoon, 3 investigations?” The Washington Post asks, pointing to the president’s no-good, very-bad Tuesday.
The burning controversy that has most turned up the heat on the Trump White House this week, of course, involves the circumstances surrounding Monday’s resignation of Mike Flynn as national security adviser, not one month into the job. Now, senators from both sides of the aisle are vowing to fully probe L’Affaire Flynn, as well as Russia’s role in the 2016 election.
Aiming to keep pace, here is how the initial wave of the nation’s visual satirists is first-responding to the Flynn story:
RICK McKEE (Augusta Chronicle):
(Rick McKee/Augusta Chronicle via CagleCartoons.com)
LISA BENSON (WPWG):
(Lisa Benson/Washington Post Writers Group)
MIKE LUCKOVICH (Atlanta Journal-Constitution):
(Mike Luckovich/Atlanta Journal-Constitution)
BILL DAY (Cagle Cartoons):
(Bill Day/Cagle Cartoons)
PAT BAGLEY (Salt Lake Tribune):
(Pat Bagley/Salt Lake Tribune)
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