Free Speech Group Is Suing President Trump For Blocking Users From His Twitter Account

The matter of the president's personal tweets as official statements will get some legal attention

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When the @RealPressSecBot transposes tweets from the @realDonaldTrump into official-looking presidential statements, the combination of new media and the output of a tradition-scorning president juxtaposed against the traditional is rarely not bizarre. But the president’s use of his personal Twitter account to discuss the business of the government, however aberrant, makes it a public forum, and any related actions fall under First Amendment guidelines.

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