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Kanye West delivers a 10-minute monologue in the Oval Office of the White House during his visit to President Donald Trump and NFL legend Jim Brown.
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Chrissy Teigen says that the public political debate of her husband John Legend and Kanye West months ago was a time of teaching for all.

In April, the controversial rapper shared screenshots of text messages with Legend, who tried to dispute the political views of his famous friend. The conversation began after West backed President Donald Trump, becoming one of Trump's most high-profile celebrity supporters.

"What's happening with Kanye is that his opinions have always been very strong," says Teigen in the November issue of Vogue. "He's never been the guy who pushed you, but he'll say what he wants to say, the same with John."

The mother of two continues: "That's why I loved that they could have this civil speech, Kanye learned a lot in the months that followed, and John did too."

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"You can not believe you're the right one all the time, that's what makes us horrible," he continues. "Trust me: my views are super liberal, and I wonder:" How could someone not think this way? "But people are also entitled to their opinion."

Teigen and the West are at opposite ends of the political spectrum. In fact, Teigen is one of Trump's biggest adversaries online, which resulted in the commander-in-chief blocking the author of "Cravings" on Twitter last year after a tweet of "no one likes you."

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She revealed to Vogue that the blockage causes her anxiety because she has no idea what people are talking about in response to frequent, sometimes controversial, presidential tweets: "Am I in the bunker or not?"

"I still do not know why I'm not blocked," adds Legend. "I've said so many bad things about him like her. Maybe it's because I'm a man; I have no idea."

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John Legend, Chrissy Teigen, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West meet in New York City on January 8, 2015. (Photo: Dimitrios Kambouris, Getty Images for EMM Group)

Teigen's visible dislike for Trump on Twitter has often put her in the sights of his supporters: resulting in many annoying comments, but the host of "Lip Sync Battle" admits that she oversees her mentions and cares about what she sees.

"I'll read a thousand of the sweetest comments:" You have the cutest family, I love your book, "she says. "Then a person is like," You look like Chucky's Bride "and I'll be like," Oh, my God, @ paulh7114620 thinks I look like Chucky ".

Teigen continued: "The much stronger people are like, I do not care what you think." I really care, I think it's funny when people say, "I love how you just do not give a (rough)" I would like "Oh, my God." I give so many (expletives). "I want to like them."

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