LMAO: The ‘Drain The Swamp’ Painting Is Pure Patriotic Gold!

It’s the perfect piece to ‘Trump’ that dopey portrait of Obama.

If any single art piece could capture the wave that carried DJT to the White House, this is the one…

Keep and Bear proudly presents the unveiling of a Drain the Swamp piece that will leave Liberals shouting at the sky in impotent rage. (Again.)

“My good buddy and business partner Brandon Vallorani, founder of, and best-selling author of the book, The Wolves and the Mandolin (Forbes Books) asked me back in April of 2018 if I’d be interested in doing a Trump painting. And, of course, I said, ‘Yes.’” — Doug Giles

Here’s the ‘big reveal'”

“I love how Trump looks confident. He’s not weepy or angry. He’s winning and doing exactly what he promised, namely, Making America Great Again. I also really enjoyed painting Comey, Obama, Hillary, Pelosi, Debbie and Anderson Cooper getting sucked down the drain. This is one of the funniest paintings I have ever painted. I couldn’t be happier and I hope these prints adorn the walls of every Trump supporter. I’m so glad Brandon Vallorani commissioned me to paint this epic, hilarious, and patriotic masterpiece.” — Doug Giles

Doug Giles, the artist, walks you through his favorite details  in it(with his typical sarcastic wit) here:

Meet the artist, Doug Giles, himself:

Where can you see this fine — and hilarious — portrait?

No, you don’t have to wait until this beauty is hung in the Smithsonian. You can get your own copy of Drain the Swamp at Keep and Bear.


Doug Giles

About the author, Doug Giles: Doug Giles is the Big Dawg at and the Co-Owner of The Safari Cigar Company. Follow him on Facebook and Twitter. And check out his NEW BOOK, Pussification: The Effeminization Of The American Male. View all articles by Doug Giles

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