• Cartoonist Fired After Trump-Critical Art Got Axed by Newspaper Editors

    2 monthes ago - By The Wrap

    Editorial cartoonist Rob Rogers was fired from the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette on Thursday after the newspaper refused to print many of his cartoons in recent months. The award-winning cartoonist said editors suppressed his work that was critical of President Donald Trump.
    Rogers, who had been a cartoonist for the Post-Gazette since 1993, said the newspaper dismissed nine of his cartoon ideas and withheld 10 finished cartoons from publication since March - whereas for most of his career, only two or three cartoons were killed per year, according to a June 8 Washington Post report .
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