Cuban-American artist Edel Rodriguez has created cartoons lampooning president Donald Trump as a toppling statue and a fired employee after he lost the US election to Joe Biden. On Saturday, Rodriguez posted an illustration of Trump standing on a crumbling clifftop with bold black text reading "You're Fired" in reference to Trump's catchphrase when he hosted television reality show The Apprentice. It is among a series of post-election visuals Rodriguez has created. Another shows Trump as a toppling statue while a third depicts president-elect Joe Biden putting the head back on the Statue of Liberty. The latter is a follow-up of an older Rodriguez visual depicting Trump holding the severed head of the statue in one hand and a bloody sword in the other. Rodriguez, who has 28, Instagram followers, has become a regular critic of Trump since the former reality-TV star was elected president in The artist has depicted him in a number of Time magazine covers and in satirical designs for German magazine Der Spiegel. In the lead up to the 3 November election, and the days following during the vote count, Rodriguez ramped up production of his cartoon Trump, who he typically characterises with bright orange skin, yellow hair and an open mouth, but no other facial features.
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LeBron James, who is behind the voting rights organisation More Than a Vote, posted multiple victory tweets Saturday after Joe Biden was projected by the Associated Press and others to win the race. The former vice president picked up a projected win in Pennsylvania, which unofficially pushed him past the electoral votes needed to win the presidency. New to Kayo? He remembered that tweet on Saturday, four years later. The NBA played a role in getting out the vote this summer — both by registering players within the league and advocating for fans to do the same. The push came after they stopped play in the bubble in August to protest the shooting of Jacob Blake in Wisconsin, one of the many events that led to players calling for a social justice movement. Former President Barack Obama reportedly talked to a group of players in the aftermath of them sitting out games, advising them on how to best use their platform for change moving forward. This article was originally published by the NY Post and reproduced with permission. Home basketball nba. View All Comments.
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And it showed, again, that Trump, along with all his other flaws, is a coward. He hates firing people. But, as when breaking off a romantic relationship an excruciating task I have performed, though not lately , protocol demands that the job not be done by surrogates or in writing. The dumper owes the dumpee a conversation and, however flimsy, an explanation. In person, when possible.
The former vice president picked up a planned victory in Pennsylvania that unofficially pushed him past the votes required to win the presidency. New to Kayo? The 76 star Joel Embiid attended the celebration. He remembered that tweet on Saturday four years later. The NBA played a role in the voting this summer — both by registering players in the league and by advocating that fans do the same. The push came after they stopped playing in the bubble in August to protest the Wisconsin shooting of Jacob Blake, one of the many events that resulted in players calling for a social justice movement. Former President Barack Obama reportedly spoke to a group of gamers after they sat out games and advised them on how best to use their platform for change in the future.