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"While Chris Britt is a regular contributor to Illinois Times, he is not an employee and also engages in work for other publications across the country," stated the Times on their Facebook page.
"The recent cartoon involving Kavanaugh's daughter was posted on Chris' own Facebook page; it did not appear in our publication or on our website. The Illinois Times name should not have appeared on the cartoon in question and we have asked Chris Britt to remove it."
For his part, Britt has defended his cartoon against its many critics, arguing that it was Kavanaugh who first brought his daughter into the debate when he mentioned the anecdote.
"The cartoon is not about his daughter — it's about Brett Kavanaugh's possible heavy drinking, his anger and his possibly sexually assaulting Doctor Ford," stated Britt, as quoted by the Independent.
"I based my cartoon on (Ford's) testimony — I happen to believe what she said. Her testimony was credible and thoughtful, and that's why I went where I did."
In August 2017, when President Donald Trump's youngest son Barron was being criticized for how he dressed, Clinton asked critics to leave the commander-in-chief's son alone.
"It's high time the media & everyone leave Barron Trump alone & let him have the private childhood he deserves," tweeted Chelsea at the time.