Born: 14th June 1946, Queens, New York City, U.S.
The first of three Trump-themed Paul Coker-Duck Edwing one-pagers, "One Morning On Fifth Avenue," originally ran in MAD #447 (November '04).
The second of three Trump-themed Paul Coker-Duck Edwing one-pagers, "Another Morning On Fifth Avenue" originally ran in MAD (#450, February '05).
The last of three Trump-themed Paul Coker-Duck Edwing one-pagers, "One Fine Morning In Florida" originally ran in MAD #453 (May '05).
Drumpf's ham-fisted Obama-isn't-a-real-American campaign earned him a second appearance on the MAD 20 Dumbest list, with writer Desmond Devlin and artist Roberto Parada teaming up to crown him as the "Birther King" in MAD #513 (February '12).
Hermann Mejia caricatured The Donald for his cameo in "MAD's 50 Worst Things About Cartoons,' co-written by Jeff Kruse, Scott Maiko and Desmond Devlin for MAD #520 (April '13).
Nine months after this gag first surfaced, he still wants that wall. Seriously, he does. Writer Patrick Merrell and artist Sam Sisco (a Canadian! Where's the wall between the U.S. and Canada?!?) teamed up for this contribution to The Fundalini Pages in MAD #536 (December '15).
Donald Trump on the cover of US MAD Magazine #540 drawn by Mark Fredrickson. Maybe Desmond Devlin is more of a Bible scholar than we may realize. Or, at the very least, he's great at using the Bible to school Drumpf. Behold the first two pages of the brilliant Ward Sutton-illustrated piece "Donald Trump Vs. The Bible," currently making the rounds in MAD #540 (August '16).