If President Trump was offended by Spike Lee’s Oscar speech, he’ll want to steer clear of Chrissy Teigen’s Twitter feed. (His attempt to block the cookbook author was thwarted when a judge ruled against him last year.)
It’s no secret that Teigen doesn’t think much of the current president, but she’s kept her political critiques mostly under wraps in recent months — until now.
On the same day that husband John Legend told The Daily Show‘s Trevor Noah that Trump is a “complete moron” and “not a good human being,” Teigen added her own two cents in a lengthy Twitter thread. Her Trump tirade appears to have been prompted by the sexual misconduct allegation leveled against Trump by former campaign staffer Alva Johnson, who talked about the alleged incident on Tuesday night’s episode of All In With Chris Hayes, which airs on Legend’s beloved MSNBC. Johnson has accused Trump of kissing her without her consent in 2016 in an incident she described as “gross and creepy.”
Teigen, for one, has had it. She tweeted her disgust for POTUS, urging her followers to “just f***ing vote this monster out” rather than count on a scandal taking him out of office. She also referenced rumors of a tape that allegedly shows Trump enjoying a so-called “golden shower” with sex workers.
“Our grandchildren will study and mock this,” she continued, blasting Trump as a “piece of s***.”
Teigen’s last tweet prompted her fans to call out Trump’s dismissal of climate change and its impact on future generations.
Teigen and Legend have riled up conservatives with their criticism of the president, but they aren’t all talk. They donated $288,000 to the ACLU last June to mark Trump’s birthday.
Trump, who is currently in Vietnam for a second summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, has yet to respond.
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