New cover of the New Yorker magazine decorate Putin

The new March issue of The New Yorker magazine will decorate the image of Russian President Vladimir Putin in the image of a dandy. Moreover, the publication name and the name of the author of the picture write in Russian, said on the website of the journal.



The Russian leader on the cover, looks through monocle butterfly with a red tie and head of U.S. President Donald trump. As explained, the artist in a satirical manner depicted claims of the Americans to the Kremlin on some interference in the presidential election.


What exactly will be included in the publication of the March issue, not yet reported. The authors announced only one article under the heading “Active measures”, where apart of a hacker attack in the United States. Russia has repeatedly denied speculation about the involvement in the cyber attacks.

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