President Trump took to Twitter late Sunday to identify his own success in criminal justice reform and called on celebrities for refusing to acknowledge his efforts, namely singer John Legend and his "dirty hard-working wife" Chris Tiigen.
Trump blasted the singer and his wife "for talking about how great reform is now, but they don't play a role when it matters. Trump signed into law the first step in the law last year, which reduces mandatory minimum sentences in certain cases and gives judges more discretion. More than 3,100 prisoners will be released under the act, which has been praised by both Republicans and Democrats.
The legend responded to Trump's tweet by addressing the First Lady.
"Imagine being a nationwide president and spending yours. On Sunday night, hate watching MSNBC, hoping someone ̵
The news channel broadcast "Justice for All", a special issue of mass incarceration in the country, and Legend was interviewed during the broadcast.
Teigen called the president "p *** ya ** b *** h" to tag "everyone," but she tweeted. The legend, calling the cheek tongue, asked his followers not to rearrange the vulgar comment as a hashtag.
The legend, 40, and his wife were fierce critics of the president. The Grammy-winner has called Trump a "slice of the nest" and a fierce disease across the country after the president's criticism of Baltimore.
In an interview with USA Today, Teigen said, "Actually I was a big Donald Trump hates [or a long time]. I've been telling it for about five to seven years now, "she said." I've been doing it forever and I'm proud of it. "
Trump talks about reform in criminal justice and how President Obama can't get close to making sense The president said he was tired of "boring musician John Legend" and his wife promulgating the bill.
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"They only talk about minor players or minor players the people who had nothing to do with it … And the people who so desperately sought my help when in all the others have failed, all they are talking about right now is President Trump's attacker, "Trump tweeted.