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On Tuesday a free speech group called the Knight First Amendment Institute is suing President Trump for blocking him on his infamous Twitter account @realDonaldTrump.
We know that the current President likes to voice his thoughts on his Twitter account, but were you aware that he also liked blocking people from his account too?

Well, President Trump does block people and it’s that Twitter blocking actions have caused seven Twitter followers to sue him for their right to free speech or the First Amendment.
One of the people filing suit is a Texas Cop. The people claim  they are suffering from “irreparable injury to their First Amendment rights” and they should be unblock for the duration of the lawsuit.
It also says, “Plaintiffs include individuals from across the country who have been blocked from the @realDonaldTrump account because of opinions they expressed in replies to President’s tweets.”
The Knight group  lawsuit names Trump and along with his former press secretary Sean Spicer and Daniel Scavino, the  White House social media director.