Picture of the day …

Jon McNaughton’s “Crossing the Swamp” is a riff on the classic “Washington Crossing the Delaware,” but replacing George Washington’s crew with members of President Trump’s administration. (Jon McNaughton, jonmcnaughton.com)

Fox News

Maybe it’s John Bolton clutching a gun. Maybe it’s Mike Pompeo setting down his binoculars to stare into the distance. Maybe it’s the gators.

But a newly unveiled painting meant to depict President Trump and his team navigating the Washington “swamp” has something for everyone.

Utah-based artist Jon McNaughton touched off a social media frenzy as he shared his painting, “Crossing the Swamp,” Tuesday on Twitter. The painting is a riff on the classic “Washington Crossing the Delaware,” only it replaces George Washington’s crew with members of the Trump administration.

The painting shows Trump at the helm, and Vice President Pence carrying the flag by his side.

McNaughton identifies the rest as: U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Nikki Haley; Defense Secretary Jim Mattis; Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson; Attorney General Jeff Sessions; first lady Melania Trump; Secretary of State Pompeo; White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders; the president’s daughter Ivanka Trump; National Security Adviser Bolton; Kellyanne Conway; and Chief of Staff John Kelly.

Compare to the original:

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5 Responses to Picture of the day …

  1. auscitizenmom says:

    This is so cool. I am glad he included the women. They have been such a big part of the swamp draining.

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Lucille says:

    McNaughton is giving President Trump troll material against the Dems…love it!


  3. jeans2nd says:

    Such talent is truly a gift from God. Thankful we have been blessed with such amazing ppl.
    Crossing the Swamp – Jon McNaughton


  4. Ad rem says:

    Seriously….pretty sure I just saw Al Franken groping an alligator.

    Liked by 1 person

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