Cartoonist Rob Rogers fired after drawings criticising Trump | News | Al Jazeera

Cartoonist Rob Rogers fired after drawings criticising Trump

Have the US president's attacks on the media resulted in newspapers censoring themselves?

    An editorial cartoonist fired by a major US newspaper has found a new way to share his opinions.

    Rob Rogers was let go after a publisher rejected his drawings criticising President Donald Trump.

    The cartoons are now on display at George Washington University's Corcoran School of the Arts and Design in Washington, DC, where Rogers spoke to Al Jazeera about his work and freedom of the press.


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