The White House announced this week it was losing Hope.
It joined much of the rest of the United States, which has been searching for a different kind of hope for nigh 58 weeks now.
The revolving door at the White House was set to spin again as Hope Hicks, White House communications director, has said she is resigned her position.
It was the latest sign of continuing chaos at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, followed then by President Trump’s announcement of a trade war and tariffs on steel and aluminum, as well as speculation that senior advisor Jared Kushner may also exit the White House amid security concerns and controversy stemming from his business dealings during the early days of the Trump presidency.
Our cartoon chronicle of the 45th president continues with this week’s contributing cartoonists:
Wolverton, Battle Ground, Washington
Michael Kountouris, Greece
Bill Day, Tallahassee, Florida
Patrick Chappatte, NZZ am Sonntag
John Cole, The Scranton Times-Tribune
Bob Englehart, Middletown, Connecticut
Osmani Simanca, Brazil
Pat Bagley, The Salt Lake Tribune
RJ Matson, Portland, Maine
Nate Beeler, The Columbus Dispatch
John Darkow, Columbia Missourian
David Fitzsimmons, The Arizona Star
Randall Enos, Easton, Connecticut
Steve Sack, The Minneapolis Star-Tribune
Kevin Siers, The Charlotte Observer
Jeff Koterba, Omaha World Herald
Marian Kamensky, Austria
Rick McKee, The Augusta Chronicle
Christopher Weyant, The Boston Globe
Dave Granlund, Minnesota
Schot, De Volkskrant, Netherlands
Stephane Peray, Thailand