Should President Trump be allowed to block followers on Twitter? | The Tylt

Should President Trump be allowed to block followers on Twitter?

Twitter users block people all the time, but do different rules apply to the president? First Amendment lawyers are arguing that when President Trump blocks users, it's like the government kicking citizens out of a public space or town hall meeting because of their political viewpoints. But other constitutional law experts say that's ridiculous—the president cannot be legally compelled to communicate with anyone. Should Trump be allowed to use the block button?

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Holly Figueroa says the president needs to unblock her or she will take him to court.

"President Trump is violating my constitutional rights by blocking me on Twitter...This is what dictators and fascists do."
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But others point out that @realDonaldTrump is Trump's personal accountunlike @POTUS, the official government account for the President of the United States. Many say he should be able to do as he pleases with his personal account.

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But given the way this president uses his personal account, it's definitely a legal quandary.

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But even some of Trump's detractors say the president should be allowed to block whomever he chooses.

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