Trump and Yertle, that’s what I see

 

 

Yertle the turtle

Theodor Seuss Geisel, an editorial cartoonist, published 1942 a small cartoon in a New York newspaper with the words “You Can’t Build A Substantial V Out of Turtles.” The cartoon showed a pile of turtles and was signed by Dr. Suess, who later stated, that Yertle represented Adolf Hitler, who was trying to takeover various parts in Europe. “Yertle the Turtle,” the book was published years later, in 1958 and became a bestselling children’s book.

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