New York Magazine just gave Trump a facelift that’s a perfect fit for his horrid personality.
Their April 2nd cover features a beaming Trump flashing his obviously veneered smile but with a pig’s snout in place of his own honker.
The headline further twists the knife as it proclaims “Not Collusion… Not Incompetence… Not Cruelty… It’s the Corruption, Stupid: Why His Self-Dealing is His Biggest Political Liability.”
The image highlights the famed publication’s cover story, “Corruption, Not Russia, Is Trump’s Greatest Political Liability.” Author Jonathan Chait penned the article to call out “greed” and “corruption” in nearly every aspect of Trump’s reign as president.
New cover of @NYMag
— Yashar Ali (@yashar) April 2, 2018
Trump’s administration has seen several changes in the past few weeks, all while the Donald and his cronies insist there’s a line of potential employees waiting patiently for their chance to work with Trump. Chait writes to clear this record.
“Since Trump took office, his pledge to ignore his own interests has been almost forgotten, lost in a disorienting hurricane of endless news. It is not just a morbid joke but a legitimate problem for the opposition that all the bad news about Trump keeps getting obscured by other bad news about Trump.”
He goes on to criticize what Senator John McCain (R-AZ) once called a deviation from “regular order” from which other Republicans seem comfortable:
“Not only has Trump made no effort to raise ethical standards but he and his administration have flamboyantly violated the existing guidelines. Lobbyists are seeded in every agency, ‘regulating’ their former employers and designing rules that favor bosses over employees and business owners over consumers.”
This is not the first time Trump has been roasted in print. Time once literally set his hair on fire and legendary comedian Jim Carrey’s Twitter feed has turned into daily cartoon savagery against Trump and his crew.
It does appear to be the first time a pig has been so callously insulted, however.
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