President Trump lost the first member of his administration just ten days after he took office. Since then, more than a dozen others have been fired or have resigned. July and August were particularly bad months for the Trump administration, as several prominent members, including former Press Secretary Sean Spicer and former Chief of Staff Reince Priebus, lost their positions.
It’s now been a little over a week since someone left the Trump White House, but people are still talking about the dramatic changes that have taken place in the administration. On Friday, The New Yorker released an image, titled “Whack Jobs,” which features unflattering cartoon interpretations of Trump’s staff, both those who have left and those who remain.
The image, which can be seen below, includes the following caption:
‘With the boss unhappy, several members of the White House family—Priebus, Scaramucci, Flynn, Manafort, Bannon, Spicer—have fallen like so many casualties in a Cagney flick.’
This isn’t the first time The New Yorker has poked fun at the Trump administration, and it certainly won’t be the last.
In March, the magazine mocked Trump for his constant golf excursions with a cover that featured him hitting golf balls at the White House. Then, in May, shortly after Trump fired former FBI Director James Comey, the magazine’s cover showed Attorney General Jeff Sessions dragging Comey off an airplane while Trump watched from afar.
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