Donald Trump is not someone with whom you may start a hard talk and expect not a single reply in return. Definitely Trump has redefined the usage of Twitter; whether it is about policy making announcements or it’s about launching tirade against his opponents, Donald Trump uses Twitter like a boss. In one of his recent rants, Trump has criticised Chrissy Teigen and John Legend for stealing all his credit.
Trump called Chrissy Teigen to be ‘filthy mouthed’ while her husband John Legend to be ‘boring’. He called such names because he was attempting to aim at the TV host and model and her multiple Grammy award-receiving husband. The tirade was all about criminal justice reforms and the who owed all the credit behind those reforms.
Trump in a tweet, decided to take all the credit for the criminal justice reform as he mentioned that he was the one who entertained all the people when they came for criminal justice reform proposals. He further added that Obama decided to remain away from such matters, but it was he so actually stood up to the matter when no senator was ready to tackle it.
Trump published a series of tweets, as he attempted to mention his efforts and weight behind pushing the reforms which were pretty much necessary for his followers and for the criminals.
Teigen and Legend in a reply called out Melania to praise president. Legend criticised Trump for being a president and thinking through a short and small lens. He wrote, “Imagine being president of a whole country and spending your Sunday night hate-watching MSNBC hoping somebody–ANYBODY–will praise you. Melania, please praise this man. He needs you.“
Teigen also got involved into a war of words on Twitter. She didn’t minced or used euphemism with her words, instead she launched a direct rant against the president. She also called president by names. She used a picture of her family dog, as she stated that when she took her family dog for its first day to school, the president had his 9th meltdown of the day. Entire tirade of Teigen can not be concluded because it doesn’t follows the principle of decency and we can assure you that you would not like to read it as well.
The president in his tweets was mentioning his efforts which culminated in the shape of “First Step Act,” the act gives judges more discretion when they are about to sentence some drug offenders. Since July, nearly 3,100 inmates have been freed under the act.