Chrissy Tiegen, model, lip-sync cohost, and John Legend’s wife is also known for her social media brilliance, including being playful sassy and shady. She has also gain recognition for being one of many Twitter users who have made it a part of their Tweeting Life purpose to troll President Trump on Twitter as often as possible.
There are non-celebrity and Twitter accounts who have made it there soul life mission to do so as well.
Now Teigen joins the ranks of Twitter’s who have been fishing the lot by the president on Twitter. Teigen most of having trolled Trump on Twitter for years even before he became the most unpopular president in United States history. On Sunday, Trump tweeted, “It’s very sad that Republicans, even some that were carried over the line on my back, do very little to protect their President.”
Tiegen claims that her response to that tree is what it is now is badge of honor in the resistenece, being blocked by the president of the United States. Tiegen responded to that tweet: “Lolllllll no one likes you.”
Then on Tuesday Tiegen tweeted about being blocked “after 9 years of hating Donald J Trump.”
In February she told USA today that she took pride in having trolled Trump for so long. The tweet that stand out the most include: “You are 71 f**king years old. Grow. The f–k. Up,” and “You are a national embarrassment. It’s like you have no idea how to even fake being a normal human being. You are the proud type of insane.”
Earlier this month Stephen King sarcastically tweeted that he had been blocked by President Trump: “Trump has blocked me from reading his tweets. I may have to kill myself.”
A group of citizens has recently filed suit against President Trump stating that blocking them on Twitter violates the Constitution, their First Amendment right, their right to attend public forums, and their right to “hear” public government statements.
One celebrity who Trump seems to hate the most is also allegedly been blocked: Rosie O’Donell. Though it is somewhat surprising that it took this long for Trump to block O’Donnell, the actress and activist tweeted on July 23: “awww @realdonaldtrump – i get it – its too tough to read the truth … poor baby – i understand don – u take care of u – friend #BLOCKED.”
This behavior from the president’s official Twitter account is reminiscent of the Chinese president having Winnie the Pooh censored online because of names likening his physical appearance to the carton bear.