THIS WEEK, we were reminded that President Trump is a visual learner. As The Washington Post’s Philip Rucker and Ashley Parker reported, Trump likes to pore over “maps, charts, pictures and videos, as well as ‘killer graphics,’ as CIA Director Mike Pompeo phrased it.”

“That’s our task, right?” Pompeo said of presenting intelligence reports of the commander in chief. “To deliver the material in a way that he can best understand the information we’re trying to communicate.”

Last month, as Trump’s preferred form of presentation came into sharper public focus, Comic Riffs suggested that rendering your message might be your best hope to reach the White House yourself. As we wrote then: “Simply draw your message for President Trump and post it to social media with the hashtag #MyDoodle4Donald.”

Here’s a sampling of how some of you creatively responded:

Trump insits on royal carriage during London Visit. #trump #mydoodle4donald

— Prof. Guido Kühn (@ProfGuidoKuehn) April 16, 2017


#MyDoodle4Donald We worked this up for an upcoming protest sign.

— mem_somerville (@mem_somerville) April 14, 2017


— Al Goodwyn (@Al_Goodwyn) April 13, 2017


— Tjeerd Royaards (@Royaards) April 13, 2017


— Diane3Strikes (@diane3strikes) April 12, 2017


— Daniel Boris (@Dozi_Alligator) April 12, 2017


A post shared by Barbara Dale (@barbaradalecards) on Apr 12, 2017 at 11:41am PDT

Some light “reading” #postcardstodonald @realdonaldtrump #resist #dummy #dummies #drawing #cartoon #satire #notmypresident #humor #theidesoftrump #idesoftrump #postcardsfortherevolution #signsoftherevolution#mydoodle4donald

A post shared by @postcardstodonald on Apr 7, 2017 at 9:22am PDT