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Trump Calls Chrissy Teigen 'Filthy Mouthed.' She Gives Foul Mouthed Response.

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President Trump wondered aloud on Twitter on Monday why celebrity couple John Legend and Chrissy Teigen are not singing his praises. They are supposedly huge proponents of criminal justice reform, so why not give him some kudos for the First Step Act? Instead, Teigen has lashed out at the president, calling him a "vile human being," and Legend has referred to him as a "piece of s**t."

Teigen didn't exactly take Trump's advice. Here's what she wrote in response (graphic language):

"lol what a p*ssy ass bitch. tagged everyone but me. an honor, mister president."

Legend reacted to the president's Twitter thread too, deciding to appeal to the first lady.

Trump has had much better luck with celebrity couple Kanye West and Kim Kardashian. Last year, the latter personally lobbied the president for the release of Alice Johnson, a great grandmother who was jailed for life for a first-time, nonviolent drug offense. Trump listened, kept his word and gave the inmate a second chance, and both Johnson and Kardashian were grateful. Kardashian even delivered a few remarks at a First Step Act ceremony at the White House in June, where she thanked the president for "standing behind the issue." She further revealed that the White House's efforts encouraged her to start a new ride-share program that would offer credits to former prisoners to help them commute to job interviews and work.

Trump returned the compliments, predicting that Kardashian, who wants to study law, will be "a fantastic lawyer."

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