Now, they are reflecting reality. An election so different than others in the last hundred years or longer that there is no comparison, nothing to measure it against.
For cartoonists, one of the best I know of, Horsey, used to be in Seattle until he moved to a larger audience, it's tough. How do you mimic, or exaggerate, something that is a cartoon of it'self?
Following are Horsey's and a few other's offerings. Usually these talented people can draw some humour out of a person, or issue. Now, not so much.
I'll leave it at that. Interestingly, the one instance there was something similar in the past is back in the revolutionary days, the mid to late eighteenth century. Broadsides, political pamphlets, usually nailed to lamposts, often had drawings like these in nature.