Jim Carrey has taken his criticism of Trump to a new level with a sexually explicit drawing of the president

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  • The actor Jim Carrey has taken his artistic war on Twitter with President Donald Trump to a new and sexually explicit level.
  • The latest drawing, posted Friday, features Trump in bed with a woman who is presumably the adult-film star Stormy Daniels.
  • Carrey has courted controversy this week over other drawings, including an unflattering depiction seemingly of the White House press secretary, Sarah Huckabee Sanders.

The actor Jim Carrey isn’t backing down from his criticism of President Donald Trump — and he has taken it to a new level.

On Friday, Carrey tweeted a drawing that depicts Trump in bed with a woman appearing to be Stephanie Clifford, the porn actress whose stage name is Stormy Daniels. Clifford has said she had an affair with Trump years ago and has recently been at the center of a legal battle with the president.

Carrey covered the most explicit areas of the drawing with the presidential seal, captioning it "Fifty Shades of Decay."

Clifford says her affair with Trump started in 2006, a few months after Melania Trump gave birth to her son, Barron.

Clifford sued the president earlier this month, arguing that he never signed a nondisclosure agreement intended to prevent her from talking about the alleged affair.

Carrey, who has become an unlikely political artist and activist on Twitter, has been quite busy over the past several days, courting controversy for other drawings he tweeted.

On Saturday, Carrey received backlash from conservatives when he posted an unflattering image seemingly of the White House press secretary, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, that called into question her Christian faith.

Carrey was unfazed by the criticism, telling the progressive digital video outlet The Young Turks in a statement that he was "so gratified by the reaction to my little drawings."

He followed that drawing up with one portraying Trump as the "WICKED WITCH OF THE WEST WING."

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