2020 . Humor, Topic, Political Science, American Government . Jesse Duquette
The political cartoonist returns with a new volume skewering the second—and hopefully last—two years of the Trump administration. Jesse Duquette’s brilliant lampooning of Donald Trump began after the 45th president’s first “Alternative Fact” about the inauguration crowd size. And from that day on, he never lacked for material. Chronicling the daily outrages emanating from the oval office, Duquette collected his best pieces from the first two years in The Daily Don: All the News That Fits into Tiny, Tiny Hands. Picking up where the first volume left off, The Daily Don Pandemic Edition takes us from Trump’s attempts to cover up Russia’s involvement in the 2016 election to his recommendation that Americans ingest disinfectant to cure coronavirus, and beyond. Duquette records these strangest of strange times with scathing satire that’s both hilarious and, well, sad. Because there is no better method to record a cartoon presidency than with colored pencils and markers.
Simon and Schuster
195162761X (ISBN13: 9781951627614)
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