Despite his constant attacks on the press, Donald Trump seems to truly relish the spotlight. Sometimes it seems like one of the main reasons he ran for president was so he could bask in the adoring crowds that his rallies inexplicably drew. That being said, he does not take kindly to criticism, and that means he’ll likely be less than pleased with the New Yorker’s recent cover.
— The New Yorker (@NewYorker) August 17, 2017
Along with Time, this is the second cover since the events at Charlottesville, VA to depict Trump as aiding the KKK and other white supremacist organizations.
The cover has drawn a lot of praise on Twitter. Many of them were from people opposed to Trump and his agenda.
As of right now, Trump has not responded to this cover, but, once it hits newsstands, we wouldn’t be surprised to see a few angry tweets heading the New Yorker’s way.
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