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Jeff Danziger for June 13, 2019

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    Motivemagus  6 months ago

    I think Mr. Truman would have a very short (four-letter) nickname for #45, after which he would knock him cold.

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    BHALL77801  6 months ago

    Too much small print….

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    rodgerjacobsen Premium Member 6 months ago

    Terrible drawing again, this could have been good

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    Hapthorn  6 months ago

    Dodgy Donnie? Dolt 45?

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    RAGs  6 months ago

    Yes, the Prince of Paunch does have a way with words.

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    momochan  6 months ago

    I thought James Madison wrote the Bill of Rights, though Trump would probably have been more interested in nicknaming Dolly.

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    dogday Premium Member 6 months ago

    With regard to matters of , uuhhh, “romance”, DT is stuck at about 14. Everywhere else, he’s still back on the grade school playground.

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    Baba O'Reilly  6 months ago

    “Treasonweasel”.

    “Donny the Dicktraitor”.

    “Il Douche’”.

    “The Angry Mango”.

    (The other names I have for him would get me shadow banned).

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    Gary Williams Premium Member 6 months ago
    I am starting to think that Trump is the American version of Idi Amin
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    PatM  6 months ago

    No nickname for Andrew Jackson?! According to Trump, Jackson would have prevented the civil war if he had lived long enough. Surely, a nickname from Trump would be more important that having a portrait on $20 bills.

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    Concretionist  6 months ago

    I’ve got dozens for him, from Il Douche, to Doltish Donny via Orange Maroon, Cadet Bonespurs, Liar in Chief and The Big Orange One. What are your favorites?

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    kaffekup   6 months ago

    “Linkin? He was a loser! I like presidents that didn’t get shot! Well, only me!”

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    wolfiiig  6 months ago

    Give, him hell Harry!

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    jimchronister2016  6 months ago

    How bout about “lying psycho rump”!

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    The TM Premium Member 6 months ago

    How about calling him what he is: “The United shame of America” (“The Us of A”)?

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    BearsDown Premium Member 6 months ago

    Mango Mussolini.

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    Dianne Lee Premium Member 6 months ago

    Whichever stupid nickname Trump comes up with for the nominee, they should reply with " Donald, I could call you Dullard Donald, or Dimwit Donald, or Deplorable Donald, or simple a traitor. But, I think that since we are not running for president of the third grade we should be conducting this exercise with the dignity that is appropriate. I will be treating you with the respect due to the office that you hold, regardless of my opinion of you personally. I believe that you owe that same respect to that office and should also conduct yourself with the dignity that it deserves."

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    3cranes  6 months ago

    Love me some Truman!

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    marilynrknits  6 months ago

    Nobody messed with Harry. He da bomb!

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    DieterWiesner  6 months ago

    This cartoon puts a smile on my face, I like it, very funny.

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    dfeldberg  6 months ago

    Brain spurs!

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    moosemin  6 months ago

    Inre the panel on U.S. Grant: The old rumors and mis-stated facts still resonate. Grant did NOT swill whisky. When he drank, he drank bourbon. And he did not drink a lot, but it did not take much, as he couldn’t hold his liquor. Grant was never drunk during a battle. He only drank on a few occasions when he missed his wife and children. His Chief-of-staff, and friend John Rawlins looked after him throughout the Civil War years.

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