Chrissy Teigen Backed By Federal Judge Over Right to Annoy President Trump

"Well, well, well, we meet again @realDonaldTrump," Chrissy Teigen said in a Tweet, reacting to the news that a federal judge ruled that it's unconstitutional for POTUS to block Twitter users who criticize him. 

[Chrissy found herself blocked by The Donald in the summer of 2017, after telling him "no one likes you."]

A group of citizens who had also been blocked by the president brought a lawsuit to Judge Naomi Reice Buchwald of the Southern District of New York, who found that "the speech of those who criticize Trump is protected as a political speech under the First Amendment." 

While the court did not issue an order forcing President Trump to unblock anyone, it's basically assumed that he will, since the ruling states that blocking is illegal. 

As the President once retweeted someone who called Teigen a "trashy gutter mouth woman," we can only assume that he's not thrilled with this news.


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