Many Americans who disagree with President Donald Trump have used Twitter as a means to criticize him and his agenda.
According to a recent Reuters article, the president’s @realDonaldTrump account blocked several users who replied to refute or ridicule Trump.
Lawyers representing some of the blocked users and the Knight First Amendment Institute at Columbia University sent a letter to the president asking him to unblock users, arguing that open criticism of a public official is protected by the First Amendment.
Cronkite News is working a story on this topic and wants to hear from Arizona Twitter users blocked by President Trump. Anybody can block anyone on Twitter, but should it be different for public officials?
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