He's formally endorsed the candidate, but Chris Christie's face introducing Donald Trump on Super Tuesday told another story. A sad story. Actually, a very sad story. Singer John Legend, (and by implication in his tweet, perhaps also his wife Chrissy Teigen) aren't buying that Christie's as pro-Trump as he now claims to be. Both Legend and Teigen, who are known for their liberal politics, tweets in support of Planned Parenthood, and general actualization of all our #couplegoals, aren't shy about telling it like it is. And what John Legend had to say about Chris Christie on Twitter this Super Tuesday was pretty simple: "we don't believe you, Chris."
Trump, for his part, was very believable in his role of smug victor, and thanked Christie for the introduction to his victory speech in Florida.
"Chris, thank you very much I appreciate it. This has been an amazing evening already. We have won five major states and it looks like we could win six, seven, eight nine. It's really pretty great," Trump said. (Well, that's one word for it.)
Though Christie might be vying for a cabinet position in the future with his newfound support of the now-definitive frontrunner Trump, his face tells a very different story. A picture is worth a thousand tweets, at least, sparking the hashtag #ChristieThoughts.
Here's Legend's original tweet, sparked by the same sentiment:
Legend hasn't been a fan of Trump either, to put it mildly. There have Here are some recent tweets and retweets from him about the candidate:
And then this choice retweet:
Looks like it, John. Looks like it.