Why does [Cuban emigre] Rodriguez draw Trump with missing facial features?
“That's the way I see him,” Rodriguez said. “I see him as someone that's very angry, and it's pretty much his mouth that's moving all the time, so that's how I tend to show him in some of my work.”
Rodriguez added that the Der Spiegel cover is a statement about the kind of country he wants to live in.
“I don't want to live in a dictatorship,” he said. “If I wanted to live in a dictatorship, I'd live in Cuba, where it's much warmer.”