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Jim Carrey mocks Melania Trump in controversial political art: ‘Worst first lady’



Jim Carrey shared a controversial piece of political art on Friday about former First Lady Melania Trump.

The cartoon-style illustration has a close and smiling Trump, 50, in front of a turquoise background. To the right, the picture has a caption with pink letters that says, “Oh … and goodbye the worst first lady. I hope the settlement can fund your life in the low end. Thx for nothing.”

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Carrey did not share his own caption when he shared his tweet Friday afternoon. However, the post received more than 25,900 likes, 2,500 retweets and 371 quote tweets as of Sunday morning.

Several commentators called the 59-year-old comedian for his critical post. Others expressed their disappointment with Carrey̵

7;s views and went so far as to write that the cartoon is “sexist,” “anti-female,” and filled with “hypocrisy” for someone who identifies himself as left-leaning.

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In recent weeks, Carrey has shared political cartoons about former President Donald Trump and notable Capitol rebels. Cartoons of Democratic political figures appear to be appearing in a more positive light on his Twitter feed, including the former US rep. Stacey Abrams, Vice President Kamala Harris and President Joe Biden.

In recent weeks, actor and comedian Jim Carrey has shared political cartoons on Twitter.  (Richard Shotwell / Invision / AP)

In recent weeks, actor and comedian Jim Carrey has shared political cartoons on Twitter. (Richard Shotwell / Invision / AP)

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Before making headlines for sharing political art, Carrey guest starred in “Saturday Night Live’s” 46th season, playing Biden from October to December.

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“Even though my term was only 6 weeks, I was thrilled to be elected as your SNL president … comedy’s highest duty call,” Carrey tweeted when he first announced his departure from the sketchy comedy show. “I would love to go ahead and know that Biden was the winner because I nailed it —. But I’m just one in a long line of proud, fighting SNL Bidens!”




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