Teigen, who said she's been trolling Trump since before he became POTUS, shared a screen shot Tuesday morning of a message informing her that she was blocked from the account.
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".
You might also be interested in. (This is a pretty standard activity for Trump: He blocks people all the time-mostly folks who criticize him in some capacity.) But what was the Teigen straw that broke the camel's back? After Teigen replied to Trump that no one likes him, Chrissy found herself blocked by Trump on Twitter. Oddly, it was a rather tame insult that sent him over the edge.
We can assume that Teigen won't be the last critic of Trump blocked. "It's like you have no idea how to even fake being a normal human being" and "every day, twice a day, at 11:11, I wish for your impeachment".
That simple sentiment was, apparently, enough to make Teigen the newest celebrity member of a club that has rapidly grown in recent months: Twitterusers blocked by the president.
Polish president sees flaws in contentious law on top court
A new round of street protests is planned by government opponents across Poland later in the day to urge Duda not to sign it. In addition to the Gdansk demonstration, another protest is expected outside the Presidential Palace in Warsaw on yesterday.
Don't miss the solar eclipse in Traer August 21!
Areas preparing to view the total eclipse will stretch in a line from near OR to near Kentucky to near the Carolinas. From Illinois, the shadow will pass through Kentucky, Tennessee, North Carolina and then SC until 2:45 p.m.