President Donald Trump has & # 39; boring & # 39; John Legend and his & # 39; filthy wife & # 39; Chrissy Teigen slammed for stealing all his honor for new criminal justice reforms in the late night war on Twitter.
The president had some Teigen a & # 39; meltdown & # 39; mentioned Sunday night on Twitter when he focused on the TV presenter and the model and her multiple Grammy-winning husband.
Trump's tweets followed Lester Holt's NBC Nightly News segment on criminal justice reform.
The special Legend, which is the founder of FREEAMERICA, an organization that raises awareness of criminal justice reform.
& # 39; When all the people pushing so hard for criminal justice reform were unable to even get it done, they came to me as a group and asked for my help. I managed it with a group of senators and others who would never have gone for it. Obama couldn't get close & # 39 ;, Trump wrote in the first tweet.
President Donald Trump called John Legend and his & # 39; filthy wife & # 39; Chrissy Teigen in a series of tweets that claim that the stars are stealing honor for new criminal justice reforms
The president had some Teigen a & # 39; meltdown & # 39; mentioned Sunday night on Twitter when he focused on the model and the TV presenter and her husband with multiple Grammy Award winners
& # 39; A man named @ VanJones68 and many others were very grateful (at that time!). I signed it in law, nobody else, and republicans deserve a lot of praise. But now that it has been adopted, people who have had virtually nothing to do with it are praising. Guys love boring …..
& # 39; …. musician @ johnlegend and his filthy mouthwife are now talking about how great it is – but I didn't see them when we needed help to make it a success. & # 39; Anchor & # 39; @ LesterHoltNBC does not even raise the subject of President Trump or the Republicans when it comes to … & the president continued.
Trump did not name Teigen by name, nor did he tag Teigen, who has been an outspoken critic of Trump for almost ten years, in his tweets.
Teigen and Legend immediately responded to Trump's tweets.
& # 39; Imagine that you are president of an entire country and you look at MSNBC on a hate on Sunday evening in the hope that someone – EVERYONE – will praise you. Melania, please praise this man. He needs you, & # 39; wrote the legend.
& # 39; Your country needs you, Melania, & # 39; the legend went on before sharing a GIF from the first lady and Justin Trudeau with the caption: & ah, Melania is doing something else. My apologies, @realDonaldTrump. & # 39;
Trump's tweets followed the NBC Nightly News segment of Lester Holt (right) about criminal justice reform. The special Legend (left), the founder of FREEAMERICA, an organization that raises awareness of criminal justice reform
Teigen and Legend (shown on the tweet) immediately responded to Trump's tweets
& # 39; Your country needs you, Melania, & # 39; the legend went on before sharing a GIF from the first lady and Justin Trudeau with the caption: & ah, Melania is doing something else. My apologies, @realDonaldTrump & # 39;
Unlike her husband, Teigen has not chopped words. lol what a p * ssy a ** b ** ch. everyone but me tagged. an honor, Mr. President, & Teigen tweeted
She followed it up with a photo of herself and her family's dog Luna (photo)
Unlike her husband, Teigen has not chopped words.
lol what a p * ssy a ** b ** ch. everyone but me tagged. an honor, Mr. President, & Teigen tweeted.
She followed it up with a picture of herself and the dog Luna of her family with the caption: & # 39; Luna, do you remember the night before your first day of school? When mama made your sign and the president of the p * ssy a ** b ** ch had his 9th melting of the day. & # 39;
Teigen did not stop there and added his own GIF with the caption: & # 39; The absolute best part of his tweet is that I literally did not speak in the special, nor was I mentioned. I'm chattering about the pointless addition of mine because it can't be b ** ch. & # 39;
In his tweets, the president apparently referred to criminal law reforms, such as the First Step Act, which was passed by Congress last year.
The First Step Act gives judges more freedom in sentencing some drug offenders and encourages prisoners' rehabilitation efforts.
Nearly 3,100 prisoners were released from federal prisons in July, just a few months after the new law recalculated their behavior in prison.
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