by Jack Ohman/Sacramento Bee/WPWG 2018
Writer/artist

FORMER FBI director James B. Comey has a book to promote, which means doing a lot of prominent TV spots. Which really means that President Trump will surely be near the screen, drawn like a moth to the inflamed feud.

Comey’s “A Higher Loyalty: Truth, Lies and Leadership” hits stores and e-shelves Tuesday, but already the sniping between the commander in chief and the director he fired is becoming red-hot.

Comey says Trump is “morally unfit” for the presidency. Trump calls Comey a slimeball.

Trump says Comey should be jailed. Comey said this is not “some tin-pot dictatorship.”

And all this before the book has even been released. The war of words — from tweets to sound bites — will undoubtedly intensify.

Here is how some of the nation’s cartoonists are satirizing the feud so far.

NICK ANDERSON (WPWG):


by Nick Anderson/WPWG 2018

RICK McKEE (Augusta Chronicle):


by Rick McKee/Augusta Chronicle /CagleCartoons.com 2018

DARRIN BELL (WPWG):


by Darrin Bell/WPWG 2018

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