Headline of the day: Desperate times, measures

Plus today’s Graphic Representations.

First, the headline. . .

You knew it was coming, via Agence France Presse:

Trump ready to drag Bill Clinton sex scandals into US campaign

  • Donald Trump indicated in a new interview that he’s ready to drag ex-president Bill Clinton’s sex scandals into the White House campaign, after Democrats lashed out at the billionaire’s Twitter rant against a pro-Hillary ex-Miss Universe.
  • Trump told The New York Times that he believes talking about the sex scandals that stained the career of Hillary’s husband Bill would turn female voters away from her.
  • “She’s nasty, but I can be nastier than she ever can be,” Trump told the Times in an interview posted late Friday.

And now for those graphic representations. . .

First up, and from the Charlotte Observer:

Kevin Siers: Trump’s new tweets


Next, from the Sacramento Bee:

Jack Ohman: My Three Wives. . .


The Chattanooga Times Free Press seeks an explanation:

Clay Bennett: The Donald


Next up, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution:

Mike Luckovich: Witch-shaming


Followed by the cover of the upcoming New Yorker:

Barry Blitt: “Miss Congeniality”


From the Indianapolis Star, a look at the other side:

Gary Varvel: Hillary, Trump and women


And our final Graphic Representation, via the Washington Post, a preview of the the cover of the December issue of the magazine so instrumental in reshaping popular culture in the 1960s and beyond:


UPDATE: One more offering, this time from The Independent:

Brian Adcock: Hung up on Twitter


And to close, a Quote of the Day

From Undernews:

“Donald pulled me aside at his wedding,” Stern said in comments that had not resurfaced until now. “He said, you know I am getting remarried, but Howard, vagina is expensive. I will never forget those words. The guy is right. Those were the exact words!”

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