A cartoonist's view: Trump Force One

Liza Donnelly is an award-winning cartoonist for The New Yorker and writer whose book "Women On Men" was a finalist for the Thurber Prize for American Humor and whose history of women cartoonists, "Funny Ladies: The New Yorker's Women Cartoonists and Their Cartoons," is considered a resource for historians. She has curated and been in numerous exhibitions around the world, and is vice president of the American Association of Editorial Cartoonists. Follow her @LizaDonnelly. The views expressed here are solely hers. View more opinion articles on CNN.

(CNN)We have become accustomed to our American presidential plane's look. Air Force One is quite a very nice-looking airplane -- blue and white with red accents. But does it say "American" in a way that President Trump approves?

Liza Donnelly
Apparently not, as Trump reportedly would like to redesign it, which is his prerogative as President. When I heard that he was going to go through with the redesign, I began to envision what he might instruct the designers to do.
I am a cartoonist, I can't help it.

    Hat plane

    Trump loves his hats, and wears a variety of them at every opportunity. Why would he deny his plane a giant-sized hat? They could be interchangeable: "USA," "Trump" or the fan favorite: "Make America Great Again."

    Patriotic plane

    Everyone knows that Trump is patriotic. Everyone also knows that Trump likes to be patriotic in a way so that everyone knows he's VERY patriotic. Never enough flags. And while designers are at it, make the non-flag surfaces of the plane gold-plated, and add a diamond on the nose of the plane to let the world know that America is going to win -- a lot.

    Me plane