The Week’s Best Cartoons 8/1

As usual these days, the cartoonists have been kept on their toes. Our friend TokyoSand has been busy scouting out the best of the bunch for us. Thank you, TS, for our weekly dose of humour!

Political⚡Charge

ByNick Anderson

Did this seem like a long week to you? It sure did to me. Looking at all of the many topics editorial cartoonists covered this week, I think I better understand why. As always, I hope you enjoy this collection of my favorite cartoons from the week. If you have a favorite, do let me know by commenting!

Election 2020

ByJack Ohman, The Sacramento Bee

ByMike Luckovich, Atlanta Journal-Constitution

ByEd Hall

ByPat Bagley, Salt Lake Tribune

ByAnn Telnaes, Washington Post

BySteve Breen, San Diego Union Tribune

ByPat Bagley, Salt Lake Tribune

ByMike Luckovich, Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Trump’s Goons

By Marian Kamensky

ByClay Bennett, Chattanooga Times Free Press

By Mark Fiore, KQED News

ByGraeme MacKay, Hamilton Spectator

By Walt Handelsman,The Advocate

ByClay Jones

ByMike Luckovich

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13 thoughts on “The Week’s Best Cartoons 8/1

  1. Jill, it is not hard to draw cartoons, when the subject is the embodiment of a cartoon in word and deed. Yet, what is painfully and comically obvious to us, cannot sink in to the Trump base. Keith

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    • Quite so … there was a reason Putin was pushing for Trump’s election and is pushing for his re-election this year. He saw clearly that Trump was a fool and knew he would be easily manipulated, whereas Hillary was sharp and well-experienced in international relations. In my book, Trump has been a puppet of Putin’s ever since the early days of his 2016 campaign.

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