The New Yorker Shows the New Cover with Putin and the Title in Cyrillic

The future issue is about the relationship between Russia and the US, as well as the influence of the Kremlin on the presidential election campaign in the US.

American weekly magazine The New Yorker presented a cover of the new issue, which features the illustration with Vladimir Putin and the title of the magazine in Cyrillic. The issue will go on sale on March 6.

The picture was drawn by Barry Blitt, and the illustration itself is an allusion to the classic cover of The New Yorker from 1925: on the original version of the cover, the character is looking at a butterfly, but in the modern version the butterfly is replaced with Donald Trump.

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