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Trump gets shown the mirror, and the British royal family’s Prince Andrew problem

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The selected cartoons appeared first in other publications, either in print or online, or on social media, and are credited appropriately.

In today’s featured cartoon, Adam Zyglis weighs in on the impeachment inquiry against US President Donald Trump, depicting officials showing him the mirror when asked to look into corruption in Ukraine.

Kevin Siers | The Charlotte Observer

Kevin Siers indicates that the entire Republican party is connected to the impeachment inquiry, after US Ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sondland’s testimony reportedly implicated most of Trump’s top officials.

Ben Jennings | The Guardian

Ben Jennings takes a dig at the royal controversy that rocked Britain this past week Prince Andrew’s controversial BBC interview in which he admitted to ties with sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, among many other things, before resigning from his royal duties.

Graeme Bandeira | The Yorkshire Post

Graeme Bandeira depicts Queen Elizabeth ‘firing’ Prince Andrew for the embarrassment the scandal has caused to the royal family. Many have speculated that Prince Charles’s plans for a leaner royal family may now come into action.

Peter Brookes | The Times

The United Kingdom’s main parties are gearing up for general elections on 12 December, but Peter Brookes casts them as guests on the British game show ‘Would I Lie To You?‘, in which panellists guess whether the contestants are lying or not.

Christian Adams | The Evening Standard

Christian Adams contrasts Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn’s radical manifesto for the upcoming elections with Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s more straightforward Brexit-oriented one.

Dave Brown | The Indepdendent

Dave Brown, too, weighs in on the Labour Party’s manifesto, in which Corbyn promises to bring “real change” by spending 83 billion pounds, which will be raised by increasing taxes.

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