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President Donald Trump demanded an immediate trial in the US Senate Friday, which has a Republican majority, shortly after being impeached by the US House of Representatives. In today’s featured cartoon, Maarten Wolterink represents the Republican party’s elephant symbol protecting the ‘criminal’ Trump while kicking out the Democrats’ symbol, the donkey.
Jim Morin draws a comparison between the severity in impeachment charges against Trump and former US President Bill Clinton, to indicate the ‘hypocrisy’ among Republicans.
Michael de Adder also comments on Trump’s impeachment and suggests his tenure as president has tarnished American values of liberty and democracy.
Carlos Latuff depicts the right-wing Israeli lobby shooting down Labour party’s Jeremy Corbyn in the UK elections by accusing him of anti-semitism, and is now training its gun at US Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders. Incidentally, Sanders is Jewish.
Morten Morland depicts the Labour Party’s ‘funeral’ after its humiliating loss to the Conservatives in UK’s general elections last week. He draws caricatures of Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn and colleague Wes Streeting looking at each other with suspicion, in reference to the latter’s recent attack on Corbyn, blaming him for the disastrous election results.
Niels Bo Bojesen rings in the festive season with a grim picture encapsulating the climate crisis, rising sea levels and severe air pollution from a factory inside a snow globe.