Trump’s 127th week in office | In cartoons

Our cartoon chronicle of the 45th president continues with a look back at Week 127 of Donald J. Trump in the White House.

A warning: These cartoonists have come cocked and loaded.

This week’s contributing artists:

Arcadio Esquivel, Costa Rica

Dario Castillejos, Oaxaca, Mexico

Petar Pismestrovic, Kleine Zeitung, Austria

Wolverton, Battle Ground, Washington

Bob Englehart, Middletown, Connecticut

Patrick Chappatte, The New York Times

Osmani Simanca, Brazil

Stephane Peray, Thailand

John Darkow, Columbia, Missouri

Pat Bagley, The Salt Lake Tribune

Rainer Hachfeld, Neues Deutschland, Germany

RJ Matson, CQ Roll Call

Adam Zyglis, The Buffalo News

David Fitzsimmons, The Arizona Star

Dave Granlund, PoliticalCartoons.com

Luojie, China Daily, China

Joep Bertrams, The Netherlands

Randall Enos, Easton, Connecticut

Osama Hajjaj, Jordan

Bill Day, Tallahassee, Florida

Bruce Plante, Tulsa World

Steve Sack, The Minneapolis Star Tribune

Kevin Siers, The Charlotte Observer

Christopher Weyant, The Boston Globe

Schot, De Volkskrant, Netherlands

Jos Collignon, De Volkskrant, The Netherlands

Ed Wexler, CagleCartoons.com

Dale Cummings, Canada, PoliticalCartoons.com

Nikola Listes, Croatia, politicalcartoons.com

Bart van Leeuwen, PoliticalCartoons.com

Dave Whamond, Canada, PoliticalCartoons.com

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