At least one newspaper says she dropped the animated film "Non Sequitur" after a vulgar message to President Donald Trump.
The Butler Eagle in Pennsylvania reported on Sunday that the "shot is happening to President Donald Trump" The cartoon caricaturist Wiley Miller "His Place in the Eagle's Comics of Sunday."
A scribbled message in a cartoon caricature of the day seems to start with "We say dear," followed by the message to Trump.
Ron Vodenichar, Eagle Editor and General Manager, said in the newspaper that the newspaper was alerted to the news by a reader and contained a syndicated comic.
"Neither the Butler Eagle nor any other newspaper that contained this strip had the opportunity to remove it, even if they had discovered it before it was distributed, and we apologize for perpetuating such a nasty trick on the reading public The Butler Eagle will immediately stop this comic, "he said.
The article in the newspaper w entitled "Lose Lips Sink Strips".
It is not clear if other publications have dropped the strip marketed by Andrews McMeel Syndication. The company's website states, "Non Sequitur" appears in more than 700 newspapers.
Miller seemed to confirm the message in a tweet stating, "Some of my sharp-sighted readers have discovered a little Easter egg … can you find it?"
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E-mails seeking commentary from the Associated Press have been posted to the Syndicate and Miller.
The Associated Press contributed to this report [1