Newsweek magazine’s latest cover features the words “Lazy Boy” and an illustration of President Donald Trump sitting in a recliner covered in junk food.
“Donald Trump is bored and tired,” the cover reads. “Imagine how bad he’d feel if he did any work.”
Newsweek pictured the illustration of Trump in the Oval Office at the bottom of a Tuesday article, titled, “Trump, America’s Boy King: Golf And Television Won’t Make America Great Again.”
The illustration shows a bag of Cheetos spilled all over the president, a bag of McDonalds on his lap, with a diet coke and a T.V. remote in his hand.
The cover attacks trump with three statistics, saying he has been in office for six months, that he has spent 40 days at golf clubs, and has passed zero pieces of “major” legislation.
Newsweek sent out a tweet with the cover on Friday, reading, “Does Trump still want to be president? America’s boy king doesn’t like to work hard. Read our latest cover story:”
— Newsweek (@Newsweek) August 4, 2017
The Newsweek cover will hit stores August 11th.
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