Trump Seen ‘Crossing the Swamp,’ George Washington-Style, in New Painting (Photo)

Mike Pence, Sarah Sanders among others depicted on boat swarmed by alligators

American painter Jon McNaughton unveiled his latest work — a depiction of the famous Emanuel Leutze piece, “Washington Crossing the Delaware,” but with President Trump at the helm.

McNaughton posted a picture of his work, entitled “Crossing the Swamp,” on his Twitter feed on Tuesday, with the wry caption,”Never give up. Never lower your light. Never stop till the swamp is dry.”

Instead of the Delaware River, Trump is depicted making his way across a swamp with his cohorts, all clad in camouflage jackets. The White House stands in the background behind the canoe.

What appears to be Vice President Mike Pence is clutching the American flag, while White House press secretary Sarah Sanders commands an oar as she fends off surrounding alligators. In addition to cabinet members, Melania and Ivanka Trump are both featured in the painting.

Here is Leutze’s original painting, on which McNaughton’s is based:

This is not the artist’s first tribute to classic paintings, as his previous work includes a portrait of Hillary Clinton, inspired by Edvard Munch’s “The Scream.”