Donald Trump v. Chrissy Teigen

President Donald Trump and celebrity Chrissy Teigen have butted heads for several years, and it has just recently escalated in the last few months. Chrissy is known for her pithy commentary and is an active twitter user. She often tweets to Donald Trump and often voices her strong opinions against him.

The tension escalated when Donald Trump blocked Chrissy Teigen in 2017. In September of 2019, Chrissy Teigen’s husband, John Legend, was on MSNBC talking about the First Step Act. After this interview aired, President Trump complained on Twitter that he and Republicans did not get recognized for this act. In President Trump’s tweets, he singles out Legend and Teigen, and calls her a “filthy mouthed wife”. Teigen then went on Ellen and talked about President Donald Trump and his tweets to her.

President Trump is known for his insulting and rude tweets which are often directed towards specific individuals. He is also known for blocking people on twitter. There are a few ethical issues with his actions. Is it acceptable for the President of the United States to be attacking people via Twitter? Is the President allowed to block people on Twitter? 

We believe these actions are unethical. Egoism and the Liberty theory can be used to explain Trump’s actions. President Trump may gain self-fulfillment by attacking people through Twitter or he may block people on Twitter out of his own self-interest. Also, according to First Amendment rights, President Trump is not allowed to block people on Twitter. Whichever reasons he may use, it is not acceptable for the President to be insulting and attacking individuals through Twitter.

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