PITTSBURGH — Dozens of protesters gathered outside the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette to support long-time cartoonist Rob Rogers.
Rogers has been drawing political cartoons since 1993.
But in the last few weeks, many of his controversial cartoons haven't been making the paper.
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They've covered topics like immigration, racism and the National Football League.
The story has now gained national attention.
Participants told Channel 11 they hope their action will hold the Post-Gazette accountable.
In a statement to the Washington Post, the Post-Gazette's publisher and editor-in-chief said this is an internal, personnel matter that has little to do with politics, ideology or President Trump.
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