You probably don’t know David Somerville, but if you read The Atlantic, you know his work. He’s the guy behind our covers. Today, David takes us behind the scenes of the search for The Atlantic’s October cover, which gives a damage report on the Trump presidency. And David tells us why, ironically, it’s so hard to depict such a visually iconic president. Enjoy!
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