Twitter executives testified before Congress on Wednesday (Feb. 8) about the social media platform’s handling of the Hunter Biden laptop controversy, citing Ohio Republican Rep. Asked about demands from Joe Biden campaign to delete certain tweets.
At one point during the hearing, Virginia Democratic Rep. Gerald Connolly brought up the situation in 2019 to former Twitter policy officer Annika Collier Navarori, in which the Trump administration tweeted that none other than requested the company to remove the Chrissy Teigen.
It all started on Sept. 8, 2019, when Donald Trump attacked John Legend and Teigen, calling them “musician @johnlegend and his foul-mouthed wife.” reform law.
In response, Teigen called Trump a “p–a-b–“.