The Donald, that ol’ son of a gun, just can’t help, and his most infamous instance of logorrhea is keeping America’s editorial cartoonists fully employed, God bless ’em.
When you hint about the assassination of your rival, well. . .
We begin with the first of two entries employing a famous precedent, starting with the Arizona Republic:
Benson: Is Donald Trump the next Lee Harvey Oswald?
The Sacramento Bee’s Jack Ohman looks to an infamous venue:
Jack Ohman: What he meant…
From the Minneapolis Star Tribune, a partisan rebranding:
Sack cartoon: Trump reimagines his party
Our next entries look at Trump’s backpedaling, starting with the Washington Post:
Ann Telnaes: Trump shoots off his mouth
Next, from the Tulsa World:
Bruce Plante: Trump suggests violence?
And the Miami Herald looks to the future:
Jim Morin: It was a joke!
From the Kansas City Star, a self-infliction:
Lee Judge: Ready, aim. . .
More consequences from the Philadelphia Daily News:
Signe Wilkinson: An appreciative audience
And finally, via the Columbus Dispatch, the candidate takes the rostrum:
Nate Beeler: Dangerous Donald