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Fake Time magazine: How cartoonists are trying to outparody Trump’s own self-parody

PRESIDENT TRUMP, it must be admitted, could have found a perch as a political cartoonist. After all, he wields so many gifts that belong in the satirist’s requisite tool kit. A knack for hyperbole? Trump never tires of winning through a showman’s keenly exaggerated hype. A sense of the absurd? Trump loves to make a […]
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