Tomi Lahren is taking sides in President Trump’s Twitter beef with John Legend and Chrissy Teigen — and it’s perhaps no surprise that she agrees with POTUS.
Last week, Trump blasted Legend as “boring” and Teigen as “filthy-mouthed” in tweet reacting to the “All Of Me” singer’s participation in an MSNBC special addressing issues in the criminal justice system. Teigen, who wasn’t involved in the show, was surprised to get the presidential shout-out but recovered in time to fire back that he was a “p***y a** b****.”
The feud has now made its way to Fox News. This weekend, Lahren joined Watters’ World host Jesse Watters to share their thoughts on Teigen.
“Well she’s always been filthy-mouthed,” Lahren told Watters, who said Teigen’s profane description of the president “confirmed” as much. “She’s done this numerous times.”
Lahren — whose fiancé, Brandon Fricke, just announced that he’s running for Congress — went on to claim that Teigen has blocked her on Twitter because “clearly she’s got a little ego bruising from several conservatives.”
‘Everybody blocks you on Twitter though, right?” joked Watters, prompting Lahren to pull a face and respond, “well, perhaps.”
But Teigen’s use of the word “p***y” represented a “double standard” when compared to the outrage over Trump’s own “grab her by the p***y” comments, she insisted.
“All the liberals are so excited,” Lahren said. “They think that she’s so bold, she’s so valiant, she’s such a warrior for their cause. But just a couple of years ago everyone was going into hysterics over that word, so it’s funny the double standard there.”
“If Trump goes low, the Democrats go even lower,” agreed Watters.
Lahren had criticized Teigen’s language earlier in the week, though she herself used the term days later in a tweet calling out “p***y-footed Democrats.”
Teigen supporters reacted to Lahren’s comments by rushing to defend the model and cookbook author.
But others agreed with Lahren.
Lahren has been putting out some fires of her own over the last few days. On Friday she issued an apology after Julián Castro accused her of encouraging violence against immigrants, insisting that is “not what I meant.”
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