At least one newspaper reports that after having reported a vulgar message to President Donald Trump, he threw a syndicated cartoon "Non Sequitur". Caricaturist Wiley Miller stands "his place in the eagle of Sunday comics."
A posting post in one pane on the day of the cartoon appears to start with "We love to say go …" after the Trump message.
Ron Vodenicher, publisher of Eagle and general manager, said in the article that the newspaper had warned the reader about this message and included a syndicated comic.
"No Eagle Butler, nor any other newspaper that includes this strip, did not have the opportunity. We apologize that such a disgusting trick has been fixed to the reader's public. Eagle Butler will immediately stop this comic," he said.
as it is called, "lose the lips of the sink of the strip."
It is not clear whether other publications have fallen into the band, is spreading by Andrews McMeel Syndication. The site says that "Non Sequitur" is in more than 700 newspapers. [1
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Letters of comments from the Associated Press remained in the syndicate and with Miller.