The French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, famous for its provocative cartoons, has a new target: Donald Trump.
The latest cover of the publication shows a black-suited, grinning Trump holding a woman between her legs and dangling her upside down. “Should we give him the nuclear button?” the caption asks.
Trump won no favors with Charlie Hebdo, which specializes in targeting world political and religious leaders, after he suggested in a series of tweets that France’s strict gun laws enabled the 2015 attack on its offices by two Islamic extremists who killed 12 people. The attack was retaliation for publishing caricatures of the prophet Muhammad.