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Donald Trump has deleted Chrissy Teigen off Twitter and we just can’t handle it

When there’s a will, there’s a way – right, Chrissy?

By Ellie McDonald
Just three weeks after posting the most bizarre video to his Twitter account (y’know, featuring footage of him PUNCHING a figure whose head has been replaced by the logo for CNN, as you do), good-for-a-LOL-at-his-expense Donald Trump has officially outdone himself.
Yep, the President of the United States has used his seemingly favourite social media platform to, randomly, block, a celebrity from his Twitter account.
That celebrity? The ever-unapologetic Chrissy Teigen.
According to CBS News, Chrissy, who has admittedly been trolling the 71-year-old for years, threw down her Trump card on Monday, July 24, while responding to his tweet:
“It's very sad that Republicans, even some that were carried over the line on my back, do very little to protect their President.”
Chrissy then hit back:
“Lolllllll no one likes you.”
What followed was this:
Apparently, this latest burn is only one of many jibes Chrissy, 31, has hurled Trump’s way; earlier this year, she admitted to USA Today that she had been on the President’s back for “five to seven years” and takes “pride in that”.
One of the big-time bangers?
"You are a national embarrassment,” she once tweeted.
“It's like you have no idea how to even fake being a normal human being. You are the proud type of insane."
With Trump’s tumultuous Twitter track record (honestly, his “fake news" rants are about as explosive as Kim Jong-un’s nuclear-detonation threats), it’s suffice to say that the Trumps, if not anything, excel in pushing, well, the whole world’s buttons.
And that goes for his daughter, Ivanka, too.
Remember that time she managed to offend almost the entire Democratic population of the United States of America by sitting in the President’s chair?
The picture in question of Ivanka alongside Donald Trump and Justin Trudeau.
One Twitter user noted she was particularly “upset because the first woman in that seat should’ve been the one who earned it.”
Another asked: “How many 'bring your daughter to work' days is this administration going to have?”
Another day, another (understandable) Trump-induced wig-out. Sigh.