I think Mr. Truman would have a very short (four-letter) nickname for #45, after which he would knock him cold.
Too much small print….
Terrible drawing again, this could have been good
Dodgy Donnie? Dolt 45?
Yes, the Prince of Paunch does have a way with words.
I thought James Madison wrote the Bill of Rights, though Trump would probably have been more interested in nicknaming Dolly.
With regard to matters of , uuhhh, “romance”, DT is stuck at about 14. Everywhere else, he’s still back on the grade school playground.
“Donny the Dicktraitor”.
“The Angry Mango”.
(The other names I have for him would get me shadow banned).
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.
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?
“Linkin? He was a loser! I like presidents that didn’t get shot! Well, only me!”
Give, him hell Harry!
How bout about “lying psycho rump”!
How about calling him what he is: “The United shame of America” (“The Us of A”)?
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."
Love me some Truman!
Nobody messed with Harry. He da bomb!
This cartoon puts a smile on my face, I like it, very funny.
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.