The New Yorker Addresses Obama’s Concerns

The latest cover of The New Yorker accurately portrays what President Obama’s last few months in office are going to be like. Republicans have control of the Senate, making them impossible to ignore. Also, they’ll likely make the Oval Office stink.

“I hope Obama finds some way to maneuver around this situation,” wrote Liniers, of his drawing. “In my first draft, I had the elephant sitting on Obama’s head. This version is a bit more subtle.”