Memo to the New Yorker: See Tammy’s tweet:


IT’S like a glimpse of an alternative universe.

The first female President of the United States of America stares out at a moonlight sky, her hand on the back of a chair in the Oval Office.

As Hillary Clinton traverses the US promoting her book about her devastating electoral loss, the New Yorker has released the cover image it would have run, had she won.

Titled “The First,” the illustration by Malika Favre imagines a brave new world that must now seems like a distant fantasy to Clinton’s supporters….

However, I found this “upgraded” cover, on Twitter, of course:

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  1. VelvetHammer says:

    I think one showing her howling at the moon would be more appropriate.

  2. Alain41 says:

    The French artist is only 35 years old, so she likely didn’t grasp that her illustration of Hillary as President is Mooning in America. The opposite of Reagan’s Morning in America. Then again, maybe she did understand.

  3. eMVeeH says:

    Ah-Ooooooo, oooo, ooooo, oo.

  4. Pat_S says:

    The start of a long night for America.

  5. RobW says:

    They forgot the flying monkeys.

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