New Yorker’s obscene naked Trump cover – we can’t even show – begs question, what if this were Obama?

The anti-Trump media is desperate to expose President Donald Trump in anything that may lead to his impeachment, but the left-wing New Yorker Magazine literally exposed the president in an upcoming cover.

The cover, titled “Exposed,” features an illustration of a buck naked Trump standing at a White House podium, which conveniently obscures his private parts.

An early look at next week’s cover, “Exposed,” by Barry Blitt. #TNYcovers

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And as hard as we try, no images of a stark naked President Barack Obama come to mind. Or any other former president, for that matter — there were a few risqué covers of President Bill Clinton during the Monica Lewinski scandal, but not to this extent.

But then, when it comes to denigrating this president, the #FakeNews media knows no bounds in its obsession to destroy him.

“I wanted to address President Trump’s stormy relationship with the press,” said the artist behind the image, Barry Blitt, playing on the claim by porn star Stormy Daniels of an alleged affair with Trump.

The naked image of Trump “recalls the prophet Bob Dylan, who once noted, in ‘It’s Alright Ma (I’m Only Bleeding),’ that ‘even the President of the United States must sometimes have to stand naked,'” the magazine explained.

And while the hate-filled left reveled over the obscene cover, rational minded people were repulsed. Rightfully so.

Here’s a sampling of responses from respectful Americans, as seen on Twitter:

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