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Chrissy Teigen Blocked By President Trump On Twitter

Practice makes perfect.

Photo by Disney-ABC Television/Flickr.

After trolling Donald Trump on Twitter since 2011, model and “Lip Sync Battle” co-host Chrissy Teigen was finally blocked by him on Tuesday. In the past, Teigen has called Trump a “national embarrassment” and a “racist pig.” She also said his 2016 campaign was “built on lies” that his supporters were “too lazy to fact check.” So the tweet that finally earned the president’s Twitter veto was pretty tame in comparison.


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Teigen may feel among the privileged for being blocked by the president, but she’s got three more to earn before she unlocks actor Bob Clendenin’s (“Cougar Town,” “Scrubs”) Trump grand-slam status.

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Let’s look back on some of Teigen’s greatest hits from her long Trump-trolling history:

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2012

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2015

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2016

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