‘I completely feel like my 15 minutes are up’: de Adder moves on after Trump cartoon attracts global attention, says he has some irons in the fire
Few cartoonists become international sensations overnight. They tend to operate in obscurity, though their cartoons may occasionally attract notoriety or backlash.
Cartoonist Michael de Adder, right, pictured at a Hill Times event in 2013 with Hill Times publisher Jim Creskey, centre, and Global News reporter David Akin. His pointed critique of U.S. President Donald Trump's immigration policy has become an international sensation after his contract with longtime client Brunswick News was terminated. The Hill Times file photograph