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This Is The Latest New Yorker Cover And It's...Wow

Immediate reactions from people have varied from "brilliant" to "brutal."

Posted on May 11, 2017, at 5:20 p.m. ET

On Thursday, The New Yorker gave people an early look at "Ejected," the cover art for its May 22 issue.

An early look at next week's cover, “Ejected,” by Barry Blitt:

The stark references are simple and jarring: Attorney General Jeff Sessions is the security officer from the infamous United Airlines flight dragging former FBI Director James Comey. President Trump looks on.

In the accompanying announcement on The New Yorker's website, the artist Barry Blitt issued this comment about his cover: "It’s probably a bit of a leap. James Comey is six feet eight—he probably would have been happy to give up his seat in a cramped cabin.”

And people all had about one (and a one-word) response to it:

Wow. The new New Yorker cover — "United."

oh my... !! @NewYorker cover

Jaws are still dropped. And jury is still out over whether it's:


BuzzFeed News has reached out to The New Yorker for comment.

A BuzzFeed News investigation, in partnership with the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, based on thousands of documents the government didn't want you to see.