Trump’s 137th week in office | In cartoons

Trump’s 137th week in office | In cartoons

That suspicious stroke of a Sharpie?

Yeah, that’s going to leave a mark.

Our cartoon chronicle of Donald J. Trump as president continues with a look back at his 137th week in the White House.

This week’s contributing artists:

Patrick Chappatte, The New York Times

Christo Komarnitski, Bulgaria

Wolverton, Battle Ground, Washington

John Darkow, Columbia, Missouri

Adam Zyglis, The Buffalo News

David Fitzsimmons, The Arizona Star

Dave Granlund, PoliticalCartoons.com

Hajo de Reijger, The Netherlands

Randall Enos, Easton, Connecticut

Bill Day, Tallahassee, Florida

Bruce Plante, Tulsa World

Kevin Siers, The Charlotte Observer

Rick McKee, The Augusta Chronicle

Ed Wexler, CagleCartoons.com

Bart van Leeuwen, PoliticalCartoons.com

Dave Whamond, Canada, PoliticalCartoons.com

Trump’s 137th week in office | In cartoons
Trump’s 137th week in office | In cartoons
Trump’s 137th week in office | In cartoons
Trump’s 137th week in office | In cartoons
Trump’s 137th week in office | In cartoons
Trump’s 137th week in office | In cartoons
Trump’s 137th week in office | In cartoons
Trump’s 137th week in office | In cartoons
Trump’s 137th week in office | In cartoons
Trump’s 137th week in office | In cartoons
Trump’s 137th week in office | In cartoons
Trump’s 137th week in office | In cartoons
Trump’s 137th week in office | In cartoons
Trump’s 137th week in office | In cartoons
Trump’s 137th week in office | In cartoons
Trump’s 137th week in office | In cartoons
Trump’s 137th week in office | In cartoons
Trump’s 137th week in office | In cartoons
Trump’s 137th week in office | In cartoons
Trump’s 137th week in office | In cartoons
Trump’s 137th week in office | In cartoons
Trump’s 137th week in office | In cartoons
Trump’s 137th week in office | In cartoons
Trump’s 137th week in office | In cartoons
Trump’s 137th week in office | In cartoons
Trump’s 137th week in office | In cartoons

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