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New Yorker cover shows Trump playing golf in 'the swamp'

New Yorker cover shows Trump playing golf in 'the swamp'
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The New Yorker magazine took a jab at President TrumpDonald TrumpKushner lands book deal, slated for release in 2022 Biden moves to undo Trump trade legacy with EU deal Progressives rave over Harrison's start at DNC MORE with its new cover depicting the president playing golf in a swamp.

The issue, which is slated to hit the shelves on May 21, features artwork showing the president wearing golf clothes while taking a swing among a swamp full of snakes and alligators.

 

 

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The cover refers to Trump’s promise to “drain the swamp” in Washington while running for office.

It comes amid a growing scandal Trump faces involving adult-film actress Stormy Daniels, who alleges that she had an affair with Trump more than a decade ago.

Though the White House has denied the president carried on such an affair, Daniels is suing to void a nondisclosure agreement that she claims prevents her from speaking publicly about the affair.

She was paid $130,000 by Trump's personal attorney, Michael Cohen, prior to the 2016 election, a payment which Daniels says was intended to keep her quiet about the affair.

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Cohen has also acknowledged that he paid Daniels, but insists it came from his personal funds and was not tied to the Trump campaign.

It was recently revealed that Cohen was in contact with a number of other companies offering consulting services in the days after Trump won the 2016 election.

Various members of the Trump administration have also been mired in controversy.

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Scott PruittEdward (Scott) Scott PruittOklahoma AG resigns following news of divorce, alleged affair Court sets in motion EPA ban on pesticide linked to developmental issues Scientific integrity, or more hot air? MORE, for example, is facing probes and pressure to resign over reports he rented a Capitol Hill condo from the wife of a prominent energy lobbyist for $50 a day only on the days he stayed at the condo. It was also revealed his travel and security habits have cost taxpayers millions of dollars, and that he reportedly approved raises for two staffers despite the White House rejecting the requests for pay increases.

Some Democrats some have called for Pruitt to resign

David ShulkinDavid Jonathon ShulkinBiden's nominee for VA secretary isn't a veteran — does it matter? The Hill's Morning Report - Presented by Mastercard - Congress slogs toward COVID-19 relief, omnibus deal A crisis that unites veterans MORE, Trump's former Veterans Affairs secretary, was ousted following an inspector general report that found he misused taxpayer funds during a trip to Europe.