A sharp New Yorker cartoon by John Mavroudis lampoons President Donald Trump for the fake Time magazine covers recently found to be hanging in some of his hotels.
The New Yorker joked in the description of the cartoon that it was "one of President Trump's prized possessions."
Time asked the president's businesses to take the fake covers down on Wednesday.
Trump has appeared on the cover of Time magazine several times, including as the 2016 person of the year in December.
The cartoon style appears to echo that of a wildly popular Twitter account that posts GIFs altered to show the president drawing childish pictures on bills or executive orders he's signed and then showing the cameras.
The account, Trump Draws, has more than 441,000 followers.
Brzezinski added that Trump was covering his hands "because they're teensy."
Trump attacked her viciously on Twitter shortly after, tweeting: