On Sunday, the 31-year-old supermodel commented on Trump's message that read: "It's very sad that Republicans, even some that were carried over the line on my back, do very little to protect their President."
Teigen replied to the president's tweet, writing: "Lolllllll, no one likes you."
On Tuesday morning, she revealed that Trump had blocked her on Twitter with a screen shot message from the social media site that informed her that she was no longer permitted to follow the president's handle. "After nine years of hating Donald J. Trump, telling him, 'Lol, no one likes you.' was the straw," she quipped.
Teigen has been expressing her disapproval of Trump on Twitter since he was a republican presidential candidate. Back in December 2015, Teigen called out that Trump had retweeted a message
from one of his supporters that slammed the supermodel. "Wow! Trashy gutter mouth woman. You can't hold a candle2 @MelaniaTrump when it comes to beauty and eloquence," the message read.
Upon seeing that Trump had shared the tweet, Teigen -- who's born on Nov. 30 -- responded: "The greatest birthday gift ever."
She also pointed out that both her and Trump's wife, first lady Melania Trump, had modeled in the nude for magazine covers. "OK Trumpers, let's get one thing straight, we both married well and pose half-naked, I'm not alone in this," she noted.
More recently, Teigen went after Trump for posting a tweet that accused Morning Joe
co-host Mika Brzezinski of having a "low I.Q."
and getting a facelift. "You are a national embarrassment," Teigen responded to the message. "It's like you have no idea how to even fake being a normal human being. You are the proud type of insane."
Teigen's husband, John Legend, also responded to Trump's tweet, writing: "America elected a very shi**y person to be president."