Since the 2016 election, Ann Telnaes has taken on the connections among President Trump, his associates and Russia in her editorial cartoons and animations.
As Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin prepare to meet July 16, here’s a look at some of her work.
The Putin-Trump bromance
Michael Flynn’s Russia connection.
A nothingburger with Russian dressing.
FBI Director James B. Comey testifies that the agency is investigating possible collusion between President Trump’s campaign associates and Russian officials.
Conflicts of interest between family members and businesses, ties between members of the administration and Russia, and now the United Arab Emirates-arranged meeting in the Seychelles between the Blackwater founder and a close associate of Russian President Vladimir Putin — they all have one person in common.
Sean Spicer goes silent (on Russia).
Donald Trump Jr. confirmed meeting with a Russian lawyer. It’s clear he doesn’t fall far from the tree.
The president takes a break from his troubles.
Trump never has anything bad to say about Putin.
Flynn pleads guilty...
...to lying to the FBI about Russian contacts.
Trump insists there was no collusion between his campaign and Russia, so why the attempts to derail the special counsel’s investigation?
After special counsel Robert S. Mueller III issues indictments against 13 Russians, Trump goes on another Twitter tirade.
There’s a pattern of former campaign and current Trump administration officials with business ties to Russia.
Trump’s lethal relationship
Trump invites Putin to the White House
Trump wants to meet one-on-one with Putin
The Trump balloon is fully inflated
The Trump performance in Brussels
Ann Telnaes is an editorial cartoonist for The Washington Post.
She won the Pulitzer Prize for editorial cartooning in 2001.