Scott Whitlock writes:
On Monday’s “MSNBC News Live,” journalist Andrea Mitchell and Washington Post editorial writer Jonathan Capehart discussed whether Americans are not “sophisticated” enough to understand the attempted satire in the cartoon featured on the cover of the current New Yorker magazine. According to Mitchell, “…The only question there is whether [the cover] is too sophisticated to actually be perceived the way it is intended.”
Congrats, Andrea! You’ve just personified each and every element present in the second most famous New Yorker cover.