"This is a portrait of a so-called Christian whose only objective in life is to lie for the wicked", writes Carrey in the accompanying caption without mentioning Huckabee Sanders by name.
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However, many also took to Twitter to praise Carrey's work, saying it was a "good likeness" of Sanders. The portrait's uncanny resemblance to 35-year-old Sanders, however, was enough to cause speculation.
There was plenty of negative reaction to Carrey's tweet.
Carrey previously discussed his love of painting in a documentary short called I Love Color, explaining how the art form helped him to heal during hard times in his life.
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He told a magazine previous year that creating political art isn't a new concept for him.
He has painted a number of other famous figures in recent months including the late Stephen Hawking whom Carrey referred to as the "greatest mental athlete of our time" in the wake of his death. "I still tweet and draw political cartoons and play the part of Arjuna who has to fight the battle in Bhagavad Gita. Every day at some point there's pretty much a peaceful acceptance of what's going on in my life right now, but I do also tune in to the Republican-what could I call on it?-war on logic, intelligence, and compassion at least once a day".
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