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Trump’s plan to make Greenland green again, and Jeremy Corbin’s PM ambitions

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In today’s featured cartoon, Morten Morland pokes fun at US President Donald Trump for his purported plans to purchase Greenland. Trump is believed to have discussed such an idea with his advisers, though some say that he was merely joking. Greenland’s government, which falls under the Kingdom of Denmark, immediately dismissed any such possibility, saying it was “not for sale”.

Christian Adams | Evening Standard

UK Labour party leader Jeremy Corbyn has written a letter asking politicians to support a vote of no confidence against the present Conservative government, and allow his party to form a short-term caretaker government. Christian Adams pokes fun at Corbyn’s ambition to become prime minister despite his lack of competence and popularity.

Rob Rogers | Twitter

After two more mass shooting incidents recently, Rob Rogers attacks Donald Trump for his continued reluctance to address the problem of lax US gun laws, and blaming such incidents on other factors.

Carlos Latuff | Twitter

Carlos Latuff criticises Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu after the country denied entry to US politicians Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib at the goading of Trump.

Banx | Financial Times

As the US and the UK discuss a trade deal, Banx mocks the disparity in their respective negotiating positions.

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