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Why Clinton Cash: The Graphic Novel Topped the Charts and Got Millennials’ Attention

Saturday, November 26, 2016 8:46
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(From Reason)

In August, Smith and comics writer Chuck Dixon (he helped create Batman’s nemesis Bane, among many other characters) published Clinton Cash: The Graphic Novel, which is based on Peter Schweizer’s expose of the Clinton Family Foundation and Hillary Clinton’s actions as secretary of state. Like its inspiration, Clinton Cash: The Graphic Novel rocketed to the top of The New York Times‘ best-seller list, a success that Smith attributes to the humorous, four-color depiction of just how awful he says the Clintons really are.

In a wide-ranging conversation with Reason’s Nick Gillespie, Smith explains the convoluted ways he says the Clinton Foundation funneled money to the former—and likely future—First Family of America; why he thinks Donald Trump is more than a neo-protectionist xenophobe; and what it’s like to be conservative-with-libertarian tendencies in a creative field like graphic illustration.

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