For 25 years, the last 10 with The Post, I’ve drawn editorial cartoons. Some administrations provide more fodder for creating satirical drawings than others, but never before have I felt the constant need to draw.

I live in Washington, and while sirens and flashing warning lights are common, there seems to be an increase lately — although it could be the ones in my head I’m noticing. Politicians’ dog whistles have turned into megaphones, lies are deflected with screams of “fake news” and crass egotism is in residence at the White House.

2017 has been a year like no other.

Spinning Trump


Read Trump’s lips


Trump continues his attack on a free press


A nothing burger with Russian dressing


It’s okay — Pence’s wife is there


Follow the leader


Trump’s many, many red lines


Trump’s presidency is coming undone


A Trump Cabinet meeting


Don’t worry your pretty little head over health care


The Trump effect on the office of the presidency


Don Jr. doesn’t fall far from the tree


Spicer finally lets go


A day in the life of President Trump


Remember Trump’s incendiary campaign


This man is an island


A visual guide for conservatives


Trump never has anything bad to say about Putin


The GOP needs to change its logo


Moore and his horse Sleazy head out of town

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