Next week's cover of the New Yorker features President Trump sailing on a boat with a sail shaped like a Ku Klux Klan hood.

The cover, titled "Blowhard," is meant to reflect Trump's "weak pushback to hate groups," according to the artist, David Plunkert.

"A picture does a better job showing my thoughts than words do; it can have a light touch on a subject that's extremely scary," he said.

The New Yorker cover follows one from the Economist that has Trump holding a bullhorn shaped like a KKK hood.

Trump has been criticized for failing to immediately call out neo-Nazis and white supremacists after a rally in Charlottesville, Va., turned deadly last weekend.

On Monday, Trump did single out those groups in a statement, but on Tuesday, he said "both sides" were to blame for the violence. That led to new complaints from Democrats and even some Republicans.

One person at the rally who was protesting white supremacists, Heather Heyer, was killed when a man drove his car into the crowd.