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In today’s featured cartoon, Ingram Pinn takes a jab at UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s ‘policy pivot’, after the government made a series of ‘U-turns’ and civil service departures to cope with the fallout of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Adam Zyglis re-interprets the tortoise and the hare race, in the context of the upcoming US Presidential Elections.
Dave Brown | The IndependentDave Brown takes inspiration from Baroque painter Rembrandt to poke fun at US President Donald Trump’s speech at the Republican National Convention Friday and the ‘ordure’ prevalent in it.
Maarten Wolterink also pokes fun at President Trump’s speech where he called Biden and his running mate Kamala Harris ‘agents’ of the far-left.
In his speech, Trump also claimed that no one would be safe in Biden’s America, even though over 1.86 lakh Americans have died in the past few months due to Covid-19 under his presidency.
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