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Trump Wins! Oops! Ouch!

Ouch! It turns out that I’m not too good at predicting election outcomes; I suppose I have some good company in that, still … OUCH! Here’s a nice, triumphant Trump I drew last year.

cwzy_zzxgaahy_e187261_600I suspect we’ll get lots of cartoons today with Trump hair on things like mushroom clouds and the earth. My Hillary/Dragon cartoon is a collectors item now! Today I’ll work on reversing Trump and Hillary and I’ll put out a new version of this cartoon at the right. This is looking like my “Dewey Defeats Truman” newspaper to wave around this morning.
We’re already getting a bunch of Trump Wins cartoons from cartoonists who were up all night. Here’s our first Trump mushroom cloud from my buddy Steve Sack, on the left!

The “Trump Wins” cartoon below is from our most conservative cartoonist, Sean Delonas, the longtime cartoonist for the New York Post.

Below Delonas is one from our brilliant, Portuguese cartoonist, Cristina Sampaio, who doesn’t get credit for staying up all night because of her time zone. Below that is one from Hajo de Reiger, our brilliant cartoonist from Holland. Somehow I think we’ll have a lot of Trump Statues of Liberty cartoons today!







By Daryl Cagle

Daryl Cagle is the founder and owner of Cagle Cartoons, Inc. He is one of the most widely published editorial cartoonists and is also the editor of The Cagle Post.

4 replies on “Trump Wins! Oops! Ouch!”

Cheer up Amy. Now we can be closer to Putin and our new friends from the KGB, et al. 🙂

The Russian leader has tacitly supported Trump during the campaign, leading US commentators to speculate on Trump's private dealings with Moscow.
After an FBI investigation into possible Russia-Trump ties reportedly turned up no direct link, Trump's staff denied any direct contact, according to media reports last week.
But Ryabkov said both sides were in touch in the run-up to Tuesday's vote, without giving names.
"There were contacts," he said. "I won't say that everyone, but several (people in Trump's circle) kept in contact with Russian representatives."
Russia's lawmakers broke into applause during Wednesday's session of the State Duma upon learning that Clinton — frequently portrayed as particularly anti-Russian in the media — had been defeated. 

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