The news in drawing: can Donald Trump return his indictment in his favor?

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Former US President Donald Trump appeared in Manhattan Criminal Court in New York on Tuesday. If he is targeted by no less than 34 counts, the former host of television shows could transform his setbacks into a media springboard. With, in sight, the presidential election of 2024.

Targeted by 34 counts, former President of the United States Donald Trump appeared in Manhattan Criminal Court on Tuesday, April 4.

The first American president indicted by the courts, he is notably accused of embezzlement of campaign funds for having bought the silence of a former X star, Stormy Daniels. Trump, who pleads not guilty, faces up to four years in prison.

However, observers believe that he could emerge stronger from this historic sequence. Denouncing a “witch hunt”, the 45e American president remains supported by his political family. And even by his own rival, the Republican governor of Florida, Ron DeSantis, who denounced the appearance of Donald Trump as “contrary to the values ​​of America”.

Former television host, the sulphurous Donald Trump has built his career on hypermediatization. If his campaign is not hampered by other cases, he could thus surf on the media attention offered to him by his legal setbacks. With a horizon in mind: his potential candidacy for the presidency of 2024.

Dragged to the dock, but still more adored by part of America: it is this paradox that André-Philippe draws Side: Donald Trump raising his handcuffed arms as the crowd cheers.

This Canadian scriptwriter and cartoonist made a name for himself through comics. He has long worked as an illustrator for the humor magazine Safarir and the Quebec City daily newspaper Le Soleil, where he has also worked since 1997 as an editorial cartoonist. His caricatures are also often reproduced in Courrier International and Le Monde.

Cartooning for Peace is an international network of cartoonists committed to promoting, through the universality of press cartoons, freedom of expression, human rights and mutual respect between populations of different cultures or beliefs.

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