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Chrissy Teigen Just Told House Democrats A Very NSFW Phrase She'd Like To Hear Women Say More Often

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Social media socialite Chrissy Teigen is as blunt in public as she is online.

She and her Grammy Award-winning husband John Legend spoke at an event for House Democrats on Wednesday in which the current "Liar-In-Chief" was a target topic.

Teigen is notorious for her tweet attacks against Donald Trump and was even once blocked for her viral criticisms.

According to Politico, Legend noted she was one of the earliest to tear into the conman in the Oval Office.


Legend said:

"She knew well before a lot of America did that he was a joke and a con man and a clown. And I think she was prescient in making fun of him early, long before he ever thought about running for President."


The convo switched gears when moderator Melissa Harris-Perry noted that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) had suggested that the one word women should say more is: "no."

Harris-Perry turned to Teigen and asked what she would love women to say more often.

Teigen had two words and suggested the phrase "F*** you."

The crowd erupted into laughter, prompting her husband to sing a few bars from his song, "Preach."





Not only did everyone appreciate her humor, they endorsed her response.







The annual conference took place in Northern Virginia at the Lansdowne Resort. The liberal power couple attended the event to boost their party's legislative agenda.

The pair tore into Trump's previous immigration policy of separating migrant families at the U.S./Mexico border.

During their hour-long appearance, an emotional Teigen, whose mother is an immigrant from a small village in Thailand, said:

"When it comes from people, like Ivanka, I will say, that can post all day pictures of her children that are just in her home and 'oh my daughter is having trouble in her crib' or 'my daughter is doing this' and 'my daughter is doing this,' there are children out there that don't have that opportunity."
"There are children that are completely … honestly, I cannot fathom for a second how scared our children would be if they were without us."

She added that making jokes about Donald Trump on Twitter is one way of coping with the pain under his administration.

"We need the comedy to cover up the pain. That's our 'ha-ha' as we're crying inside. It's laughing through the pain."