Our new president has been the punchline of jokes galore in the United States ever since he first announced his presidential campaign, but let’s see what people in other countries have had to say about him.
Considering Trump is planning to make Mexico pay for his grand wall, it seems fitting that Mexican cartoonists would have strong opinions about him. Angel Boligan illustrated the wall as Noah’s Ark, showing Trump in front only letting in blonde-haired people.
Deng Coy Miel, a Filipino cartoonist, drew this comic titled “Trump You All Down” for the Singapore Strait Times. It shows Trump rolling along on a wheel that looks an awful lot like a swastika. Oh, wait…
Of course, it isn’t too surprising at this point that people in a Muslim-majority country wouldn’t be the biggest fans of Trump.
This Baghdadi newspaper shows a cartoon of a member of ISIS about to execute a prisoner, while Trump shoots an arrow through the prisoner’s head. The idea behind this cartoon is that Trump’s recent ban on Muslim immigrants and refugees might just be doing ISIS’s work for them.
Colombian cartoonist Guillermo Perez Pard depicts Trump as a puppet being controlled by a KKK member in order to highlight the racist undertones of the Trump campaign. The text across the top reads, “Trump and the shameful vote.”
And perhaps the most genius of them all -- here we have Jeff Delgado’s depiction of Trump as Plankton, the villain in Spongebob Squarepants who frequently tries to steal the recipe for the Krabby Patty.