Editorial Cartoons



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An editorial cartoon by Michael De Adder of DeAdder.net

  • Michael De Adder
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Not only did President Trump incite his followers to attack the Capitol, his disastrous response to the coronavirus emergency has resulted in almost 400,000 deaths and suffering throughout the country. Trump’s presidency is a complete failure.

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Editorial cartoons by Pat Byrnes, Joe Heller, Mike Luckovich and Joel Pett

  • Pat Byrnes, Joe Heller, Mike Luckovich and Joel Pett
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An editorial cartoon by Drew Sheneman of the Star-Ledger

  • Drew Sheneman
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Keep an eye on whom he’ll pardon next.

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A cartoon by Mike Luckovich for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

  • Luckovich
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In his first public comments since the deadly attack on the U.S. Capitol, the president doesn’t acknowledge his role in inciting the mob.

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An editorial cartoon by Matt Davies of Newsday

  • Matt Davies
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It’s doubtful the vice president will comply, even though President Trump has thrown his No. 1 loyalist under the bus.

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An editorial cartoon by Kevin Kallaugher for the Baltimore Sun

  • Kevin Kallaugher
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An editorial cartoon by Drew Sheneman of the Star-Ledger

  • Drew Sheneman
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An editorial cartoon by Tayo Fatunla for This Week [Nigeria]

  • Tayo Fatunla
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Editorial cartoons by Matt Davies, David Horsey, Clay Jones and Kevin Siers

  • Matt Davies, David Horsey, Clay Jones and Kevin Siers
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An editorial cartoon by Joe Heller of Hellertoon.com

  • Joe Heller
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President Trump must be removed from office before he does something worse.

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President Trump incites his supporters at a rally Wednesday to march on the Capitol, which resulted in a violent mob breaking into the U.S. Capitol, vandalism, injuries and one death.

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An editorial cartoon by Michael De Adder of DeAdder.net

  • Michael De Adder
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Thirteen Republican senators, including 2024 presidential hopeful Sen. Ted Cruz (Tex.), are competing for Most Popular with Trump supporters with their plans to challenge the electoral vote results.

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An editorial cartoon by Signe Wilkinson

  • Signe Wilkinson
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An editorial cartoon by Clay Jones

  • Clay Jones
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