US presidential election 2020 cartoon.
This cartoon was drawn in September 2020 with the following commentary: The Trump–Biden presidential election in November may turn out to be an explosive affair (hopefully not literally).
With luck it will only be Trump’s personality that’s explosive, however a close result may cause fireworks, and hopefully there won’t be any violence due to overheated demonstrations by the more fanatical factions of the left wing or right wing movements that are evident in the run up.
Drawn: September 2020
Cartoon reference number: a848
The danger of the expression “You can be whoever you want to be”.
The cartoon shows Donald Trump in his school days listening to the expression. Maybe getting a few ideas.
In the USA the aspirational expression that anyone can become president of the United States has proved to be true, unfortunately.
Drawn: August 2020
Cartoon reference number: a840
Donald Trump caricature as a match with flames as hair.
The cartoon shows Donald Trump as a match. His hair appears as fire or flames to symbolise his aggressive personality and his effect on US politics.
Part of his political strategy is in fanning the flames of discontent.
Caricature drawn: 2018
Cartoon reference number: a765
The blaming of the working class by the middle class for Brexit and the election of Trump
The cartoon shows a middle class man accusing a working class man of prejudiced bigotry, oblivious to the fact that he himself is being a prejudiced bigot.
Cartoon reference number: a754