It's not a stretch to say the Trump presidency has been a disaster. The president has done much to bring down America's prestige in the eyes of the world. Trump's divisive domestic doctrine has lead to international denouncement by global powers and American allies alike. To show the people's displeasure, many famous and renowned magazines have produced striking artwork reflecting the opinions of sane individuals worldwide criticizing the administration. Here are the 20 magazine covers that perfectly explain the tumultuous Trump presidency.

20. Year One – Time

Artist Edel Rodriguez has become famous for portraying Trump on the covers of magazines worldwide, and the above image is no exception to his reputation. Edel's usage of Trump's hair, which is arguably his most defining feature, as the subject of the image is pure genius. The symbolism presented here is obvious and the message is clear and effective, showing that Trump's first year in office was disastrous and destructive.

The image also symbolizes the chaotic nature of Trump and his “revolving door” of an administration as advisers came and went throughout the year.

19. Liberty Extinguished – The New Yorker

Trump's racist foreign policy manifested with the controversial “Muslim Ban,” an executive order that barred persons of the Islamic faith from entering the country from a select number of Muslim-majority nations. The New Yorker's powerful image of Lady Liberty's extinguished flame shows the death of the American ideals of “give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free.”

The Muslim Ban has since been upheld in the Supreme Court in 2018 after the ascension of Trump lackey Brett Kavanaugh in a 5-4 decision.

18. The Order – Bloomberg Businessweek

Although a little on the nose, Bloomberg doesn't waste any time with this hard-hitting cover, telling it's audience exactly how they feel about Trump's  over extensional use of executive power. Trump's commitment to circumventing the Constitution along with it's principles and ideals through the use of executive orders has drawn the attention of the courts leading to several laws being challenged and bogged down in the courts.

Bloomberg's depiction here also comes from an internet meme where several anonymous users submitted images of Trump signing executive orders on a variety of ludicrous and outrageous subjects.