Chrissy Teigen and Donald Trump...

Chrissy felt pretty good about the news. (Photo: Getty)

Celebrities are responding to the permanent suspension of President Donald Trump on Twitter – and no one is as excited as Chrissy Teigen.

Like many others, Chrissy has been critical of the president for a long time, so much so that she was blocked by Trump in 2017 after posting a tweet: Nobody loves you.

So when the star of Lip Sync Battle learned that Twitter had permanently suspended access to his Twitter account, mentioning the risk of further calls to violence, she responded exactly as we had planned.

Tweeted the 35-year-old man: AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA And we propose to you that it has also come to an end in real life.

Chrissy, who describes his politics as liberal, criticized Trump long before he moved to the White House, but the happy president soon tweeted that the model was not allowed to see his tweets.

The feud escalated further in 2019 when, in a bizarre outburst of anger, Trump Chrissy named a piece of shit for not taking full credit for signing the criminal justice reform bill.

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– Chrissy Teigen (@chrissyteigen) 8 January 2021

After Chrissy’s husband appeared on MSNBC in a town hall about criminal law reform, Trump twittered: Now that she’s gone, people who had almost nothing to do with her are taking the credit. Guys like the boring musician @johnlegend and his filthy wife are now talking about how great it is – but I didn’t see them when we needed help getting rid of them.

Chrissy found it all very amusing and informed the sentence #P***yA**B**** when she wrote: Lol, what’s f***** b****. Put the plates on everyone but me. I’m honored, Mr. President.

The best thing about his tweet is that I literally didn’t get a word out of it and wasn’t mentioned in any specific tweet. I giggled at the unnecessary addition of my name because it can’t be b****.

This is the most important moment in the history of social media.

The world’s largest platforms have banned the world’s largest spreader of lies, conspiracies and hatred.

To all employees, users and advocates of Facebook and Twitter who have fought for this – the whole world thanks! pic.twitter.com/jihFaOA39G

– Sacha Baron Cohen (@SachaBaronCohen) 9 January 2021

While Chrissy had more in common with Trump on Twitter, she was far from being the only celebrity to celebrate Twitter’s decision, two days after Trump supporters stormed the Capitol building to prevent Joe Biden from being confirmed as president.

Mark Ruffalo, the star of the Avengers, tweeted: Thanks to @Twitter and the Board of Directors. #BanTrumpSaveDemocracy #RemoveTrumpNow’, when Whoopi Goldberg was just writing: I mean, come on.

Sasha Baron Cohen tweeted: This is the most important moment in the history of social media.

The world’s largest platforms have banned the world’s largest spreader of lies, conspiracies and hatred.

To all employees, users and advocates of Facebook and Twitter who have fought for this – the whole world thanks you!

Regulation EPA/JIM LO SCALZO Trump/BLM.

Twitter has increased the risk of new incitements to violence (Photo: EPA).

Happy star Kevin McHale added: This is not about censorship or freedom of speech. It’s about protecting life. Trump’s words have now led directly to five deaths and an attack on the American Capitol. Twitter and technology companies should always ban anyone who incites and incites to violence – especially if they have a large platform.

Others, however, wondered why the suspension did not come sooner, with the tweet of Julia Louis-Dreyfus : What took you so long, @jack?

Twitter’s explanation: After reviewing recent tweets from the @realDonaldTrump account and the context surrounding it – in particular the way they are received and interpreted on and from Twitter – we have definitively suspended the account because of the risk of inciting violence.

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In the context of this week’s horrific events, we made it clear on Wednesday that further Twitter violations could possibly lead to the same action. Our system of public interest exists so that the public can hear directly from elected representatives and world leaders. It is based on the principle that people have the right to have the power to be open.

However, we made it clear years ago that these accounts are completely above our rules and that they are not allowed to use Twitter to incite violence, among other things.

The security team also said that there were plans on Twitter and beyond for an alleged secondary attack on the American Capitol and state buildings on 17 January 2021, citing Trump’s tweet that he would not attend Biden’s inauguration as a possible encouragement to those who might think that the inauguration would be a safe target because he would not attend.

Trump, which was chosen on the 20th. January to be replaced as chairman, issued a statement in which he said he was in talks with other sites and promised to make a big announcement soon.

He went on to say: Twitter is not a site for free speech. It’s about promoting a radical left-wing platform where some of the world’s most evil people can express themselves freely.

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