Model Chrissy Teigen Wants President Donald Trump to Pay Her Medical Bills

Conor Gaffey
Model Chrissy Teigen Wants President Donald Trump to Pay Her Medical Bills

Chrissy Teigen has been pretty vocal in her criticism of President Donald Trump.

The 31-year-old model has regularly trolled Trump, starting back in 2011, and continuing well after his inauguration in January.

Teigen famously tweeted: “What time should we call your Uber?” after the president said he intended to keep “evil” out of the United States, a presumed reference to a judge blocking the implementation of Trump’s proposed travel ban on people from several Muslim-Majority countries.

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Now Teigen, the wife of fellow Trump critic John Legend, is holding Trump responsible for a few problems she has—and she wants the Republican president to pay her medical bills.

Teigen went on a Twitter spree on Wednesday evening, saying that Trump’s antics were on the brink of forcing her to up her medication dosage. She also tweeted about the extreme measures she’d taken to reduce tension following the first 100 days of the 45th president of the United States.

As well as causing her to consider upping her meds, Teigen said the president's behavior in office had given her tooth grinding and jaw tension problems.

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It’s not clear what provoked this instance of Teigen’s Trump rage. Perhaps it was the president telling Palestinian leaders visiting the White House that securing a peaceful end to more than six decades of conflict with Israel was “maybe not as difficult as people have thought.” Perhaps it was Trump claiming that alleged ties between his presidential campaign and Russia was a “phony story” used by his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton to justify her loss. Or maybe it was the tension of awaiting a crucial vote in the U.S. House of Representatives on Thursday regarding the proposed repeal of Obamacare.

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Teigen might’ve been wise to take her request to Twitter, the president’s favorite social network—Trump’s revised healthcare bill, dubbed Trumpcare, won’t be covering Teigen’s medical costs.

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