Chrissy Teigen is very pleased with her impression of President Trump

Tanya Edwards
Yahoo Lifestyle
Chrissy Teigen (Photo: Instagram courtesy Chrissy Teigen)
Chrissy Teigen (Photo: Instagram courtesy Chrissy Teigen)

Fans who follow model and Lip Sync Challenge host Chrissy Teigen know she’s not a fan of President Trump. She’s made no bones about her issues with the president on her popular Twitter and Instagram accounts.

And today, she’s delighting in the media picking up video of her doing an impression of the president at a family separations protest in Los Angeles, where she spoke and her husband, singer John Legend, performed.

She shared a post on Instagram of CNN reporting about her mocking impression of Trump during her speech at the event, writing “please add to my wiki.”

my Donald impression made it to CNN. please add to my wiki

A post shared by chrissy teigen (@chrissyteigen) on Jun 30, 2018 at 12:42pm PDT


 

The mom of two posted another shot of herself speaking at the rally, holding her newborn son, Miles, with the caption “Baby’s first rally.”

baby’s first rally. #keepfamiliestogether

A post shared by chrissy teigen (@chrissyteigen) on Jun 30, 2018 at 12:33pm PDT


The couple are no strangers to calling out people in office. In fact, singer and Oscar winner Legend recently called out Speaker of the House Paul Ryan over immigration policy. He retweeted Ryan’s Father’s Day message, but added a comment: “Reunite the families at the border and we can talk about father’s day.”


More than 700 planned marches drew hundreds of thousands of people across the country today, from immigrant-friendly cities like New York and Los Angeles to conservative Appalachia and Indiana to the front lawn of a Border Patrol station in McAllen, Texas, near a detention center where migrant children were being held in cages.

In Washington, a massive crowd gathered in Lafayette Park across from the White House.

Lin-Manuel Miranda, the creator of the musical “Hamilton,” sang a lullaby dedicated to parents who are unable to sing to their children. Singer-songwriter Alicia Keys brought her 7-year-old son, and read a letter written by a woman whose child had been taken away from her at the border.


Meanwhile the president took to Twitter on Saturday morning to show his support for Immigration and Customs Enforcement, amid calls from some Democrats for major changes to immigration enforcement.

Tweeting from New Jersey, Trump said that Democrats “are making a strong push to abolish ICE, one of the smartest, toughest and most spirited law enforcement groups of men and women that I have ever seen.” He urged ICE agents to “not worry or lose your spirit.”

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