The New York Daily News and Philadelphia Daily News both depicted Republican front-runner Donald Trump in a historically bad light in the covers to their most recent issues.
The New York publication's cover shows the real estate mogul wielding a scimitar after beheading the Statue of Liberty, a clear reference to the Islamic State terrorist group. That cover can be seen in full below:
Early look at tomorrow's Page 1… TIME TO SPEAK UP: https://t.co/Ekwxztt3TI SOUND FAMILIAR? https://t.co/vfd5DZNcyW https://t.co/NndeGUW3fv— New York Daily News (@New York Daily News)1449624416.0
That cover came a day after the Philadelphia Daily News used the phrase "THE NEW FUROR" in its cover, with a picture of Trump standing with his arm raised in a gesture unintentionally reminiscent of the Nazi salute. That cover can be seen here:
Thought about "THE LATEST UPROAR" or "MORE CONTROVERSY" ... but FUROR seemed to fit the layout better. #DonaldTrump https://t.co/6WkNblHdRm— Joe Berkery (@Joe Berkery)1449556377.0