Supreme Court Throws Out Decision Saying Trump Can’t Block His Twitter Critics

In his opinion, Justice Thomas ruminated on the power of digital platforms

As Trump has left office and been summarily removed from Twitter, the Court held that the ruling was moot.
As Trump has left office and been summarily removed from Twitter, the Court held that the ruling was moot. Kacy Burdette

The Supreme Court has finally resolved a major First Amendment case, nullifying a Second Circuit decision from 2019 that said Trump could not block his critics from his Twitter feed.

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