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Jim Carrey's Portrait Of What Appears To Be Sarah Huckabee Sanders Has Conservatives Crying Foul

By Vanessa Nix Anthony

If you've been keeping tabs on enigmatic comedian/actor Jim Carrey's career, you may have noticed that in the last few years, he's been making a bit of a name for himself as a visual artist. Carrey's best known for making bold statements both in his career choices as a comedian and serious dramatic actor (check out Netflix documentary, Jim & Andy: The Great Beyond) and on the red carpet. And in true Carrey fashion, his art is exploring political commentary. His latest work is a portrait of White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders.

Carrey shared the portrait on Twitter:

Some conservatives are asking if he's gone too far. Fox and Friends hosts weighed in on the controversial art, referencing Carrey's 24-year-old comedic role in Dumb & Dumber.

Their argument appears to be that Carrey has no business commenting on politics: