Trumping Nixon


These are the last days of the Trump era, unless you’re a Qanon cultist, then you think it’s the beginning of the second Trump administration and we’re all going to be surprised on December 8th, then December 14th, then January 6th, and now on January 20th. You’ll see. That final ace up Trump’s sleeve hasn’t been used yet. He is a stable genius, don’t you know?

Back in reality, these are the last days of the Trump administration and according to White House sources, Donald is grouchy. It’s like a baby that’s really tired but is fighting falling asleep, so it works to make everyone in its atmosphere just as miserable as it is? That’s something else Donald Trump has in common with babies. They’re terrorists and they will destroy you. Fortunately, babies usually grow out of it. Trump on the other hand…not so much.

But, whatever you do, don’t say Donald Trump has anything in common with Richard Nixon. Those comparisons are unfair in that Nixon wasn’t an idiot and his administration has a strong list of accomplishments, which should also remind Republicans who argue and lie about all the great things Trump has done, so let’s not punish him. It doesn’t matter if a president has done great things when you judge him for breaking the law.

One comparison that keeps coming up is the suggestion that Donald resign and hand the reins over to Vice-President (sic) Mike Pence for the last few days. Reportedly, Trump doesn’t believe Pence will do for him what Gerald Ford did for Nixon. In case you’re a Republican, Ford was Nixon’s vice-president and after Nixon resigned, Ford pardoned Nixon.

And why wouldn’t Mike Pence pardon Donald Trump after Trump sent an angry mob chanting “Hang Mike Pence” to the capitol building where Pence was at the time. Pence is a Christian-type dude. He can forgive and forget, right? He can forget that Trump told the mob to be unhappy with him. He can forget that Trump tweeted bad things about him, further riling up the mob. He can forget that the mob looking to hang him also brought a noose. He can forget that during the riot, instead of calling to check on him, Trump called conspiratorial senators to further discuss how to steal the election. He can forget that instead of checking on him, Trump made a video telling the terrorists that they’re “patriots” and he “loved them.” For the past four years, Pence has been giving all his Mikey love to Trump and now, Trump has used Pence for all he could get out of him and forgotten his name as if he was a Moscow hooker.

Also, if Trump resigns it’ll fuck up all the ’46’ merchandise people have bought from the Joe Biden-Kamala Harris website.

Now, instead of presidenting, Trump is wallowing in self pity, dreading the future without presidential helicopters, pageantry, and with loan sharks banging on his doors at Mar-a-Lago where the address is 1100 S Ocean Blvd, Palm Beach, FL 33480.

But Trump is a busy guy in his last few days and he doesn’t need the distraction of being compared to Richard Nixon who was not impeached even once, less enough twice and who had won both of his elections, winning the popular vote each time. Donald is busy not paying Rudy Giuliani’s legal fees, thinking about which goons to pardon, including himself, and stealing everything he can out of the White House. What? The Resolute Desk? I brought that with me.

Biden’s going to walk into the White House and the only thing left will be Hillary Clinton’s portrait.

Donald also is hankering to have a large crowd at either his send-off from Washington or at Mar-a-Lago to greet him. It’ll be his last presidential flight and, you’re gonna love this, he had to get permission to use it from Joe Biden. That couldn’t have helped his mood any. And seeing all the Biden/Harris signs outside the White House window for Wednesday’s inauguration probably hasn’t put a pep in his step either.

And, since he won’t be at the inauguration, there will be two nuclear footballs on Wednesday. The device to enter the codes weighs over 40 pounds and is carted everywhere the president goes. One will fly with Trump to Florida. The president keeps a card with the code on him at all times. Trump’s code won’t work after noon this Wednesday, but it will still be covered in McDonald’s secret sauce. Let’s hope he doesn’t try it to see if it still works. Actually, I hope his code has always been a ruse throughout his four years.

Now, Trump gets to spend his remaining days like Nixon. Living on a beach, planning a presidential library nobody will want to go to, lying about his legacy, and trying to figure out just what is in that McDonald’s secret sauce. But the comparisons aren’t really fair.

Sure, both guys were racist. Sure, both guys were corrupt. But Nixon never sent angry mobs of white nationalists wearing “Camp Auschwitz” T-shirts to Capitol Hill with pipe bombs, zip ties, Molotov cocktails to kill his vice-president and the Speaker of the House while waving Confederate flags and pooping in the hallways. Also, Nixon never openly talked about banging his daughter.

That’s why Nixon’s in Heaven in this cartoon. Yeah, I know I’m going to hear a lot about that. But I figure I’ll end the comparisons there between Richard Nixon and Donald Trump, because Donald Trump is not going to Heaven.

And hopefully, his remaining days here on Earth will be a living Hell.

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Two Tricky Dicks


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Arguing the House Judiciary Committee should be denied obtaining grand jury materials from the Mueller investigation, the Justice Department said the decision to release secret grand jury materials to the House in 1974, when Nixon faced impeachment, was incorrect and that those materials should have been kept from Congress at the time.

The Trump administration and its poodles in the Justice Department are arguing that the materials that provided the roadmap to impeach Nixon shouldn’t have been allowed. The judge hearing the case, Beryl Howell in the U.S. District Court in Washington said, “Wow.”

Wow, indeed. The White House and Justice Department are arguing that Nixon…should have gotten away with it. That obstructing justice is the president’s right. If this is allowed to stand, there are no more checks and balances and the president becomes an emperor.

The Justice Department argued that the House doesn’t have a right to the material, and in order to properly seek the grand jury material the House should first vote on a resolution authorizing a formal impeachment inquiry, and then seek the material through a judicial proceeding.

Trump and his goons in Congress and various talking heads on Trump TV argue Congress is violating the Constitution by impeaching without a resolution. They say Congress should follow the precedent set by the impeachment of Bill Clinton and the run-up to impeaching Nixon.

The cases on Nixon and Clinton had special counsels. The bulk of the investigating was done by the time it got to Congress’ impeachment inquiry. And if you want to follow precedent, then a president who blocks testimony and materials is obstructing justice. I mean, according to 1999 Lindsey Graham it is.

Douglas Letter, a lawyer for the Judiciary Committee, had a better argument than the lawyers at Justice. He said, “We are in an impeachment inquiry, an impeachment investigation, a formal impeachment investigation because the House says it is.” Letter’s argument is better because he’s right.

The Constitution doesn’t say the House has to vote on a resolution before it can talk about impeachment. That’s an imaginary rule created by Trump and his lawyers which is about as real as the rule it’s not cheating if you’re in another zip code. The House decides on impeachment. It’s not even a legal matter. It’s political. The House can conduct an impeachment investigation because the House says it is.

Trump is refusing to cooperate with the House until it votes on a resolution. That’s obstruction of justice and there’s no legal precedent that allows him to do it. Again, there is an impeachment because the House, as the Constitution allows, says it is. Done. Fact. Deal.

Trump is arguing Nixon should have gotten away with it because he’s trying to get away with it. This Congress should not let him get away with it.

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Donald Trump is not a history buff. But “buff” is not a word usually associated with Trump. If Trump even had a cursory knowledge of history, or at least of the office he holds, he’d stop channeling Richard Nixon.

Out of the 44 presidents before him, Nixon is the one president Trump should bone up on the most, and not the fellow racist president currently overlooking the Resolute Desk.

Trump has channeled Nixon by claiming it’s not illegal if he does it. His “no collusion” and witch hunt” lines mimic Nixon’s “I am not a crook.” At last night’s State of the Union, he did the Nixon when he said, “If there is going to be peace and legislation, there cannot be war and investigation. It just doesn’t work that way!” During the 1974 State of the Union, Nixon said before Congress, “I believe the time has come to bring that investigation and the other investigations of this matter to an end. One year of Watergate is enough.”

But, Trump is an idiot. He thought the women in Congress wearing white were applauding him when he commented on the high number of women in the workforce and the largest female body in the history of Congress. He didn’t realize they were applauding themselves…and mocking him. It’s the nation’s reaction to Trump’s racist, hateful, and stupid policies and actions that sent the largest female delegation in history to Congress.

Trump is wrong about “how it works.” While it is distracting, the multiple investigations into Trump’s crime syndicate do not prevent the government from doing business. Trump shutting down the government is what prevents it from working.

With the Trump organization, the Trump Campaign, and even the Trump Inaugural Committee under investigation, part of the government’s business is investigating Trump. When the nation elects a crook, it’s up to the nation to root out the corruption.

We can’t refuse to look into crimes because it bothers a corrupt president. It’s not the nation’s fault that a con man is currently in the White House. It was a minority of voters and Russian interference that placed him there as the majority of American voters opted for Hillary Clinton.

Nixon said, “One year of Watergate is enough.” I say two years of this corrupt, racist, stupid, inept administration is too many.

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Heed The Tramp Stamp


As I was wrapping up this cartoon, Trump was on TV surrendering to Nancy Pelosi, thus proving this entire Trump shutdown was a huge waste of time over his ego. In fact, he’s still ranting as I’m writing this. I don’t think he can rant his ass out of eating shit today.

If anything, Roger Stone’s arrest and indictment this morning forced Trump to end the shutdown just as much as the potential of planes crashing into each other. He needed a distraction. If anything, we have Robert Mueller to thank for ending the shutdown.

No big blog for this. I’m tired.

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Emenies List


Paul Conrad, perhaps the greatest political cartoonist in American history, was furious when he found out he wasn’t on Nixon’s infamous enemies list. It turned out he actually was when the second list was revealed. A second list? Nixon hated a lot of people. Conrad later said being included was his greatest distinction, and he won three Pulitzers. Can you imagine if Nixon had Twitter?

Trump, who is not a student of history, gets off having an enemies list. He’s even made it public and had White House spokesgoon Sarah Huckabee Sanders read it from the podium. Like Nixon, this is probably just Trump’s first list.

This list targets people with security clearances who have criticized Trump. Wednesday, Trump surprised everyone by revoking the clearance of former director of the CIA, John Brennan. Brennan has been highly critical of Trump and Baby Twittler Cheeto face doesn’t like that.

Why do former officials have security clearances? It’s not for them, it’s for us. There may be situations where current officials need feedback from their predecessor. They will often have to update them on current events to get a fair judgement. These former officials are not receiving daily briefings. Trump has decided his ego is more important than national security.

Brennan is an analyst now for MSNBC, and the White House accuses him of using his clearance to get that job, as though he’s going to dish classified information on Rachel Maddow. They issued a statement from Trump about “the risks posed by his erratic conduct and behavior,” Brennan’s, not Trump’s. They also accused Brennan of having “leveraged his status as a former high-ranking official with access to highly sensitive information to make a series of unfounded and outrageous allegations, wild outbursts on the internet and television about this administration.” They didn’t specify any unfounded or outrageous allegations.

Of course, the current administration doesn’t know the difference between national security clearances and non-disclosure agreements, as though ISIS locations being targeted are as vital to national security as Trump’s hemorrhoids.

Later, to the Wall Street Journal, Trump stated that he pulled the clearance, and is thinking of pulling others because of the Russia investigation saying, it’s a “sham,” and “these people led it.” We know he doesn’t like to read, but could he at least read the official statement he supposedly wrote?

Other officials on the enemies list are former FBI Director James Comey (who was fired for the Russia investigation), James Clapper, the former director of national intelligence; former CIA Director Michael Hayden; former national security adviser Susan Rice; and Andrew McCabe, who served as Trump’s deputy FBI director until he was fired in March.

Also, on the list: fired FBI agent Peter Strzok, who was removed from the Russia investigation over anti-Trump text messages; former FBI lawyer Lisa Page, with whom Strzok exchanged messages; and senior Justice Department official Bruce Ohr, whom Trump recently accused on Twitter of “helping disgraced Christopher Steele ‘find dirt on Trump.'”

Michael Flynn fired for lying to the FBI and who was in secret contact with Russians, and Jared Kushner, who sought a back channel of communications with the Kremlin so the CIA couldn’t monitor them, still have their clearances.

The statement to revoke Brennan’s clearance was dated July 26, which shows they were holding it as a distraction for when something big hit the White House. Enter Omarosa. Unfortunately for the White House, Omarosa has more secret tapes, the latest revealing the Trump train had tried to pay her $15,000 a month to remain silent. Trump is using national security clearances for political leverage. When asked why they didn’t revoke the clearance last week, the White House cited Trump’s busy schedule, which consisted of golf in New Jersey and Trump rallies.

Republicans in Congress were quite pleased with this and are supporting the president. Apparently, they believe any criticism of the president is a threat to national security. Louisiana Senator John Kennedy even called Brennan a “butthead.” Republicans are forgetting they won’t hold power forever. Can you imagine how many kittens would come shooting out of their manginas if Obama had done this?

In an extraordinary maneuver, twelve former CIA chiefs issued a joint statement critical of Trump’s revocation of security clearances and in defense of Brennan. They said the accusations from Trump are “baseless” and this is “an attempt to stifle free speech.”

Brennan wrote in The New York Times that this was a move to end the Russia investigation and Trump’s claim of no collusion by Trump was “hogwash.” He also wrote, “The only question remaining is whether the collusion amounts to a “constituted criminally liable conspiracy.” I’m going to say yes.

William H McRaven, the retired Navy admiral who oversaw the raid that killed Osama bin Laden, called Trump’s moves “McCarthy-era tactics”, adding he would “consider it an honour” if Mr Trump revoked his clearance as well.

“Through your actions, you have embarrassed us in the eyes of our children, humiliated us on the world stage and, worst of all, divided us as a nation,” McRaven wrote in an opinion piece for The Washington Post.

Quite frankly I’m going to feel jilted if I never make Trump’s enemies list. For now, I’ll have to settle for his sycophants on social media calling me the “enemy of the American people.”

Trump, his sycophants, and those in Congress supporting his politicizing of security clearances are all buttheads.

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Tricky Woulda Thunk It


D’oh! The White House was shocked, dismayed, surprised, bewildered, caught off guard, gobsmacked at the backlash they received for firing FBI Director James Comey. They thought everyone would like Trump firing the man leading an investigation into his campaign coordinating with the Russians. Hey, at least the Russians like the firing.

Of course these are the same people who thought it would be a good idea to send Education Secretary Betsy Devos, who recently said the founders of historically black colleges were real pioneers of school choice, to a historically black college. What’s next? Sending Steve Bannon to speak at a synagogue?

A colleague of mine made a statement that there are a lot of Nixon cartoons being drawn over the Comey firing issue. He’s right and there’s all sorts of comparisons being made in the press to Nixon’s firing of Special Prosecutor Archibald Cox in 1974 to what’s famously phrased as the “Saturday Night Massacre.”

My third cartoon of 2017 was comparing Trump to Nixon and I believe I’ve successfully refrained since then until today from drawing him again. Using Nixon is an easy go-to metaphor just like using Hitler, Nazis, and Klansmen for racist-like behavior. But it’s really hard not to compare the Trump administration to Nazis when he’s retweeting, associating, and filling his cabinet with Nazis. It’s also hard not to when the KKK throws a parade in Trump’s honor, but I digress.

Every president since Nixon has been compared to Nixon at some point during their administrations. Trump is drawing the comparisons to the point that the Nixon Library doesn’t want their guy compared to Trump. Who can blame them? Nixon was an evil, deceitful, corrupt piece of crap, but comparing him to Trump is a bit too much for the Nixon Milhous Fanclub. At the very least Nixon didn’t express more loyalty to a hostile nation than to the United States or grab anyone’s vagina.

Trump may wish to be compared more to Old Hickory Andrew Jackson than to Nixon, but right now Old Dickory is closer to being compared to Tito Jackson than Andrew.

Trump’s reasoning for firing Comey is not believable. There are reports that he was looking for a reason to can the FBI director and the Deputy Attorney General gave him one in that Comey was to mean to Hillary Clinton. Donald Trump caring about Clinton’s well-being is about as believable as him caring about Rosie O’Donnell’s feelings, or Steve Bannon going kosher.

There is another report that Comey asked for more resources, from the man who eventually recommended his firing, to investigate the Russia case. He also reportedly told associates that Trump was “crazy” for claiming Obama wiretapped him and that he was “outside the realm of normal.” Why didn’t Comey make a move on Melania while he was at it? Or even worse, question Trump’s ratings and crowd sizes?

The Washington Post is reporting Trump was becoming frustrated that Comey wasn’t loyal to him and wasn’t doing enough to look into leaks of his administration’s connections to Putin. At the very least Comey should have been as loyal to Trump as Trump is to Putin, right? Why couldn’t Comey just shut up and eat the meatloaf?

Another detail that was chapping the prez’s spray-tanned hide was Comey not backing up Trump’s claim that Obama had him wiretapped. What really made him nauseous was Comey stating that the thought of his decisions affecting the election’s outcome made him nauseous. Trust me. We’re all nauseous. And I’m not talking about the kind of nauseous after being made aware of Trump’s vagina neck.

According to a person close to the White House, on Monday Trump told V.P. Pence, Bannon, Reince Priebus, Donald McGhan, and others that he wanted to move on Comey. He summoned Attorney General Jeff Sessions, who is a loyal lapdog who promised to recuse himself from all matters related to the Russia investigation, and Deputy A.G. Rod Rosenstein to the White House with the directive to explain in writing the case against Comey.

The letter Trump wrote informing Comey of his firing was delivered by his longtime bodyguard, Keith Schiller (who reportedly, like Chris Christie, also sings “I Will Always Love You” to The Donald). Trump made sure to mention in the letter that Comey told him three times that he’s not under investigation into the Russia matter.

There are also reports that Trump has hired a new law firm, based in D.C., to defend him in questions about his business connections to Russia. I hear they’re really good with cases involving whiplash injuries.

The White House may deny these reports, which come from over 30 sources at the White House, Justice Department, FBI, and Capitol Hill. But they’re a hell of a lot more believable than the story of Trump caring about Hillary Clinton.

Conservatives have spent the past 48 hours pointing out the fact that Democrats didn’t like Comey and many wanted him fired. Every conservative political cartoonist has drawn the same cartoon with that argument. They fail to mention Trump’s hypocrisy of supporting Comey’s decisions to inform Congress and the public that he was reopening the investigation into Clinton and her email server. Funny how that works.

Sarah Huckabee Sanders, White House Deputy Press Secretary, made the same argument conveniently forgetting that in the past she too went on cable news to praise Comey’s release of the letter. Keep in mind that Sean Spicer is her boss and her father is Mike Huckabee which would set anyone up for saying all sorts of bullshit.

Kellyanne Conway reappeared on the networks to make the same case and to nail her point home, reminded us that Trump won Michigan. What? That has to do with Russia like…oh never mind. Go do something else, Kellyanne, like talking to a microwave.

So, the Nixon comparisons are here. I really wish I could avoid them but it’s kinda hard to when the day after he fires Comey Trump invites Henry Kissinger to the White House. Who suggested that optic? Let me guess. Was it Kellyanne? Was it also her suggestion that Trump invite Russian ambassador and top spy Sergey Kislyak and Russia’s foreign minister, Sergei Lavrov (who made jokes about Comey’s firing Wednesday morning) to the Oval Office and only allow Russian media into the room?

Trump probably didn’t want the American press in there as there aren’t any “corners” to hide in.

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It’s Tricky


Sometimes a cartoonist has to be careful that he may love the drawing so much that the idea isn’t actually very good. I had to ask myself that tonight as I love drawing Richard Nixon. I don’t get many opportunities because, you know, he’s dead.

My very first convention for political cartoonists took place in Memphis in 1992. I was just a puppy back then and one of the old dogs, Draper Hill, drew a little sketch of Nixon for me in a book and he wrote something about how it’s too bad I’d never get to cover the likes of him again. It had been thirty years and Draper still had not gotten over Richard Nixon. I wonder if 30 years from now, if I’m still around, I’ll be that old dog (OK, a very much older dog than I am now) who still hasn’t gotten over Donald Trump.

Nixon was such a huge disaster for this nation that every scandal is compared to him. Every crisis has the word “gate” tagged to it from Nixon’s scandal. It turns out the one scandal that everyone has to measure up to, Watergate, may not be Nixon’s most egregious crime against a Constitution and a nation he swore to uphold and protect. Richard Nixon committed treason. Dicky was Tricky.

Nixon attempted to halt the 1968 peace talks during the war in Vietnam. He did this as a candidate so he could further weaken his Democratic opponent. It sounds very similar to our current president-elect who’s asking us to stop questioning hacking by Russia, and if we can just move on.

I’ve had a lot of scandals to cover since I started my professional cartooning career in 1990. I had George W. Bush and Desert Storm. I had Clinton’s sex scandals and impeachment. I had Newt Gingrich’s Republican revolution. I had the Florida hanging chad crisis and the Supreme Court handing the presidency off to George W. Bush. I had 9/11, the second Iraq war and the other war in Afghanistan. I got Obama and his racist critics freaking out that we elected a black guy.

Now I have Donald Trump who I boldly predict will have the most corrupt administration in American history. The one fortunate thing in all this is that Trump has good timing as right now I think I’m getting pretty good at this cartoon stuff.

Herblock, Paul Conrad, and Patrick Oliphant are my cartooning heroes. They had Richard Nixon who was a direct threat to the country. The threat I have has the potential to be even more destructive. I understand Draper not being over Nixon 30 years later. I’m still pissed off about the second Bush administration. Right now I think W. would be a pleasure cruise over where Trump’s going to take us.

I really didn’t want to do another cartoon related to Trump today but….damn…Richard Nixon.

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