We begin with a Nixonian blast from the past with the the Arizona Republic:
Steve Benson: Call him Tricky Trump
Our next offerings deal with the increasing role played by former Breitbart.com boss Steve Bannon on Pussygrabber’s presidum, starting with this from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution:
Mike Luckovich: White House furniture
Another take from the Miami Herald:
Jim Morin: Guy Next Door?
And a perceptive take from an unknown artist tweeted by DeShaunneLoveHoliday:
Anonymous: Birds of a feather or should we say sit on each others laps?
Another take, this time from a conservative paper in a Navy town, via the San Diego Union-Tribune:
Steve Breen: Certified Trump-qualified
Next, a take on Trump’s Muslim travel ban from the Minneapolis Star Tribune:
Steve Sack: Consequences
Our next offerings focus on national symbols, starting with this from the Baton Rouge Advocate:
Walt Handelsman: Woman Scorned
Similarly, from a Berkeley-based internationally syndicated cartoonist:
Kahlil Bendib: Liberty Terminated
Same symbol, different incarnation from the Kansas City Star:
Lee Judge: What’s the big deal anyway?
And from the Philadelphia Daily News:
Signe Wilkinson: The blinders are off
Another national symbol contemplates life in Trumpistan™:, via one of America’s most illustrious syndicated cartoonists:
Jeff Danziger: Suicide is Painless
From the Charlotte Observer, a similar take:
Kevin Siers: Trump’s latest firings
And from the Washington Post:
Tom Toles: Justice is blindsided
Then there’s this from the Lexington Herald-Leader:
Joel Pett: Grab ‘em by their. . . .
And this from the Sacramento Bee:
Jack Ohman: President Trump and the Attorney General. . .
And from the Salt Lake Tribune, a newspaper owned by the Mormon Church, a reminder that calls for immigration bans are an old American tradition, and many of descendants those ancient targets are today’s conservatives:
Pat Bagley: Old Time Religious Ban
Finally, two overall takes on the TrumpReign™ from the Chattanooga Times Free Press:
Clay Bennett: President Trump
And to conclude, this from the Washington Post:
Ann Telnaes: Don’t betray his royal Trumpiness