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    David Huntington | Houston, TX | October 06, 2015

    I am absolutely amazed at the "blowback" from GBT's Trump cartoon. It didn't say anything negative about The Trumpster, nor his opponents. In point of fact, it demonstrated only how his pronouncements (and they were quotes) masked anything and everything that the rest of the field had to say. As Spock might have said (with a raised eyebrow), "Interesting."


    Shelley | Meota, CANADA | October 05, 2015

    Up here in Canada we have an election coming up on October 19th. We only have about two months of campaign silliness before we vote. I think you have over a year of infighting... Hopefully it's at least a little entertaining, and I hope for your sakes you vote in a good and decent individual. Up here we vote for the person not the party. Good luck in the next year.


    Peter | Tasmania, AUSTRALIA | October 05, 2015

    Viewed from Downunder, Donald Trump is far and away America's most entertaining politician. But, guys, do you really take him seriously? Lord help us all if you do. There's still a little space down here for those who need an escape route.


    Bob Nichols | Circle Pines, MN | October 04, 2015

    The Twin Cities Pioneer Press decided to not publish today's strip. They gave no reasons for their decision.This is in spite of the fact they will publish denigrating editorial cartoons concerning our president. And this is the middle of the road paper -- or it used to be. After 43 years, I chose to cancel my subscription.


    Peter | Holliston, MA | October 04, 2015

    For those who think Doonesbury is merely a tool of the liberal media, out to smear Republicans who only want to Restore America's Greatness, I suggest you do some research by reading some of the strips written during Democratic administrations. The cartoonist's pen skewers politicians regardless of party.


    Len Sackett | Berkley, MI | October 04, 2015

    Sad to say, but your Trump cartoon today is right on. I think he might know how to handle the American news media and drowned out the other Republican candidates. We have met the enemy and he is us.


    Jim Lurgio | Palmetto, FL | October 04, 2015

    I liked Doonesbury before it became a Republican/Fox News hate strip. I think someone should investigate Mr. Trudeau's motives because I don't see the humor.

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    Robert | Carolina Beach, NC | October 04, 2015

    More Trump quotes, please please please! (To be honest, I couldn't care less about Trump's revolting words, but I love the reactions they provoke among some of your commenters!)

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    Robert | Carolina Beach, NC | October 04, 2015

    More Trump quotes, please please please! (To be honest, I couldn't care less about Trump's revolting words, but I love the reactions they provoke among some of your commenters!)


    Mark E. | Las Vegas, NV | October 04, 2015

    Re today's strip: Trump’s IQ is estimated at over 150. A well-educated black American has numerous opportunities; nothing wrong with pointing that out. The people swarming across the southern border of the U.S. are not the best Mexico has to offer, and many of them are rapists, and drug dealers, and other various criminals; ask the Border Patrol. I have no opinion on the physical appearance of Trump or his body parts, but he certainly isn’t the physical monster you have continually made him out to be over the years. One can’t blame the man for striking back. His daughter is indeed physically beautiful, and in a world that values physical appearance the beauty of your mate does indeed matter. By all means, please keep attacking him, especially his physical looks. It certainly is working, isn’t it? Now go ahead and say it: "President Trump." You better get used to it.


    Cheryl Cope | Salt Lake City, UT | October 04, 2015

    Please do not give any more space to the racial bigots running for office. I am over 70 and I wrote the RNC, "No more money until they are off the stage." George Wallace must be pleased.


    Jo | Jacksonville, NC | October 04, 2015

    Thank you for publicly saying what I want to say but can't because if I did my family and I would be killed. First Amendment rights are only for the wealthy and well-armed. Funny, isn't that why Europeans came to America to begin with?


    Dave | Philadelphia, PA | October 04, 2015

    The Trump strip went too far? Hardly. The man said every one of those things, and meant exactly what he said. If we are in fact a nation of selfish, narcissistic idiots, then he is the perfect leader. But we are not that nation, and Trump is nothing but a braying jackass willing to spend a billion dollars preening himself.


    Rodger French | Yangon, MYANMAR | October 04, 2015

    Wicked props for the Sunday, October 4 panel on Donald Trump in his own words. And kudos for the link to Lewis Black's excellent rant on "The Daily Show." Several years on and it still nails Trump perfectly.


    Marcus Ettling | Itzehoe, GERMANY | October 04, 2015

    Hi, I'm from Germany and today's strip perfectly nails down the impression Trump leaves in the media over here. I'm rather conservative myself, but I just don't get how anyone could even consider nominating someone like Donald Trump for presidential candidate. He has acted irrationally, has a questionable past, and repeatedly said things that would disqualify anyone for any political duty over here. He's a lot of fun for us Germans, making a fool of himself. But what if his success continues? If he gets to run for the GOP, I hope that the mayority of the American voters have enough common sense to stop him.


    Edward Schiappa | Cambridge, MA | October 04, 2015

    Thank you for reminding readers of the sorts of things Trump has said and continues to say. The Republican Party should be ashamed that he is currently their front-runner.


    Henry Cuningham | San Jose, CA | October 04, 2015

    I think today's strip about Donald Trump is courageous. Not everyone is brave enough to risk his ire.


    F.M. | Lebanon, OR | October 04, 2015

    Thank you for giving eight more reasons to vote for Trump.

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    Ed Tucholski | Erie, PA | October 04, 2015

    Today's strip: Not entertaining, not funny. Stop wasting ink.


    Mary Asicit | Long Creek, SC | October 04, 2015

    Re today's strip: The quotation marks indicate actual quotes. Low class and tasteless? You said it!