Social Media Erupts over Conservative Cartoonist's Portrayal of Betsy DeVos

Social Media Erupts over Conservative Cartoonist’s Portrayal of Betsy DeVos

Of all President Trump’s cabinet picks, it would seem that Betsy DeVos — the White House’s new education secretary — faced some of the biggest hurdles in being confirmed for her position.

And as of late, the controversy surrounding one of the president’s most contentious cabinet picks appears not to be letting up.

Of all President Trump’s cabinet picks, it would seem that Betsy DeVos — the White House’s new education secretary — faced some of the biggest hurdles in being confirmed for her position.

And as of late, the controversy surrounding one of the president’s most contentious cabinet picks appears not to be letting up.

Since its publication in an Illinois outlet, the Belleville News-Democrat, the photo has gone viral, igniting users on Twitter, including Chelsea Clinton, who say the photo reimagines man Rockwell’s 1964 painting “The Problem We All Live With,” which depicted a young Ruby Bridges in New Orleans’ 1960 desegregation crisis.

And others joined Clinton in outage by the comparison.

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