Trump’s 101st week in office | In cartoons

Our cartoon chronicle of Donald J. Trump in the White House continues with something new.

No, it’s not an end to the chaos at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.

Instead, editorial artist Bart van Leeuwen of PoliticalCartoons.com joins our cartoon caravan.

Here’s our look back at the president’s 101st week.

This week’s contributing artists:

Daryl Cagle, CagleCartoons.com

Wolverton, Battle Ground, Washington

Stephane Peray, Thailand

John Darkow, Columbia, Missouri

Dave Granlund, PoliticalCartoons.com

Luojie, China Daily, China

Bruce Plante, Tulsa World

Kevin Siers, The Charlotte Observer

Jeff Koterba, Omaha World Herald

Rick McKee, The Augusta Chronicle

Christopher Weyant, The Boston Globe

Schot, De Volkskrant, Netherlands

Jos Collignon, De Volkskrant, The Netherlands

Sabir Nazar, Pakistan

Robert Rousso, France

Bart van Leeuwen, PoliticalCartoons.com

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