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2016: Looking Back At The Year In Cartoons
By Chloe Pek, 30 Dec 2016
Now that 2017 is here, it is almost a tradition to reflect back on the past year and its events, whether you like it or not.
2016 has especially been an eventful one, so in case you missed something, The New Yorker has compiled the big events of 2016 as illustrated in humorous cartoons.
From the U.S presidential elections to the witch hunt for fake news media, these honest illustrations certainly brings the fun into current affairs.
See some of the relatable cartoons below and head here for more.
“Oh, look—he must be from one of those fake-news outlets.”
“My, what a big blind spot for institutionalized racism you have, Grandma.”
“It’s another Pokémon Go player—some of these people have never been outside before.”
“Blood, frogs, lice, pestilence, boils, hail, locusts, darkness, death of the firstborn, and an American-style election campaign.”
“Mr. Trump said on Friday that Hillary Clinton started the birther theory. He also said that she came up with Trump Vodka and founded Trump University.”
[via The New Yorker]
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