The illustrator, famous for inventing Mad's beloved “Fold-In” feature, was a legend in the publishing world.
The humor magazine's editors call the Senate majority leader "The Man of Stall" and say he is “able to block democracy in a single bound.”
The iconic comic has been around for nearly 70 years.
"I had to Google it," said the Democratic presidential candidate. "I guess it's just a generational thing. I didn't get the reference."
The latest compilation is due to arrive May 7 with more laughs at the gaffes.
The title "Family Circus" has never been more fitting.
Congrats, Donald Trump!
Who can forget Alfred E. Newman, the face of Mad Magazine? For me, he perfectly captures the goofy school photos of my kids throughout their school years. You know what I mean.