Trump Gets Dragon Smackdown in This Insane Newsweek Cover

By Bridget O'Donnell, December 9, 2016

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In case you hadn't heard, US President-elect Donald Trump made a phone call and posted some tweets earlier this week that China was not too happy about.

Newsweek is responding with this amazing magazine cover of Trump getting completely and utterly destroyed in a vicious smackdown brought on by a dragon in China gear. Now there's a visual metaphor.

Donald Trump Newsweek Dragon Cover

The issue is out on stands next week, and was illustrated by Nathan Fox. You can check the issue online here.

[Image via Nathan Fox]

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