Die Presse reported the cartoon depicted a figure representing the government pouring wine and serving a feast to a figure representing bankers while a small figure at the table has just a bone in front of him. The banker figure had a hooked nose and Stars of David for cuff links, prompting comparisons to World War II Nazi propaganda.
Following online protests, the far-right politician revised the cartoon to remove the cuff links and alter the nose. Strache then blamed the uproar on "political opponents and journalists," saying he did not tolerate anti-Semitism, Die Presse said.
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