DONALD Trump has been lambasted on the cover of New York Magazine in a photoshopped image depicting the US president as a pig.
The explosive April 2 cover has replaced the president’s nose with a pig snout to highlight its cover story on corruption.
New York Magazine’s Jonathan Chait has outlined his case that corruption should be the weapon that Trump’s opponents use to bring him down in an article titled ‘Corruption, Not Russia, Is Trump’s Greatest Political Liability.’
Chait’s story attacks Trump for what it claims is “corruption” and “greed” in his presidency, including his staff he’s hired, to his decision to let his sons take over his business after he became the 45th President of the United States.
“Since Trump took office, his pledge to ignore his own interests has been almost forgotten, lost in a disorienting hurricane of endless news,” Chait writes.
“It is not just a morbid joke but a legitimate problem for the opposition that all the bad news about Trump keeps getting obscured by other bad news about Trump.”