Meghan McCain recently revealed that she is taking Chrissy Teigen's side in the television personality's war of words with President Donald Trump. As of late, Trump had attacked Teigen and her husband, EGOT winner John Legend, on Twitter, calling Legend "boring" and Teigen "filthy-mouthed."
The Inquisitr recently reported that the president took to Twitter to reveal his displeasure over Legend's appearance on MSNBC as part of a special town hall on criminal justice reform, one hosted by NBC Nightly News anchor Lester Holt.
President Trump signed the First Step Act into law last year, which reduces mandatory minimum sentences in certain instances and gives judges more discretion. Trump claimed on Twitter that people who had nothing to do with the reform are taking the credit, including "boring" Legend and his "filthy-mouthed wife."
Teigen responded to Trump's tweet with her own tweet, clarifying that she felt the best part of the president's remarks was that she didn't even appear on the special, nor was she mentioned. She then added that she was "cackling" at the addition of her name to the conversation regarding the topic because, as she stated, "he cannot not be a b*tch."
Meghan McCain let it be known that she was "Team Chrissy," stating on Twitter, "Since when is there something wrong with being a filthy-mouthed wife?"McCain has been an outspoken critic of this administration, and of President Trump himself, after he attacked her late father -- Arizona Senator John McCain -- on both social media and in the media, despite his failing health and eventual death.
The New York Times reported that seven months after McCain's death, Trump attacked the late senator on Twitter over his role in the Justice Department investigation into alleged Russian efforts to influence the 2016 presidential election. He added that the senator "had far worse 'stains'" on his record, including the senator's decisive vote against repealing the Affordable Care Act.Meghan McCain is a conservative panelist on The View. She tackles the hot topics of the day alongside show moderator Whoopi Goldberg, Joy Behar, Sunny Hostin, and Abby Huntsman, and regularly comes under fire for her outspoken viewpoints. Chrissy Teigen co-hosts Lip Sync Battle with LL Cool J on the Paramount Network. She is also a judge for NBC's upcoming comedy competition series Bring the Funny, and is overseeing development for the show Chrissy's Court, a Judge-Judy-style courtroom reality series set to launch in April of 2020 on Quibi.