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Rio Grande: Adder and Brunswick Newspapers

rio grande: The political cartoon, which depicts Trump standing over the migrants asking, Do you mind if I play through, referenced the real-life viral image of a father and daughter from El Salvador who drowned trying to cross the Rio Grande, according to CTV. The haunting image became a centrepiece of the U.S. immigration debate last week, leading Adder to reference it in an illustration. On Friday, Michael de Adder took to Twitter to announce he had been let go from his contract with several New Brunswick newspapers, just 24 hours after the unpublished illustration went viral. It was just so quick, de Adder told CTV National News on Monday. It was like ripping off a Band-Aid and it made no sense to me. I had cartoons in the can and they didn't run any of them. ( As reported in the news.