PRESIDENT TRUMP, it must be admitted, could have found a perch as a political cartoonist. After all, he wields so many gifts that belong in the satirist’s requisite tool kit.

A knack for hyperbole? Trump never tires of winning through a showman’s keenly exaggerated hype.

A sense of the absurd? Trump loves to make a point by tweeting interpretations that deftly veer into the surreal.

And a taste for parody? What better example than the bold visual mimicry of Time magazine, in the “fake news” cover sported on at least several Trump-owned golf clubs?

Until the president officially pursues political comedy himself, here is how some of America’s professional practitioners are lampooning the latest Timely revelations:

MATT DAVIES:

BILL DAY:

BOB ENGLEHART:

DARRIN BELL:

RANDALL ENOS:

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