A federal judge ruled President Trump cannot block users from his Twitter feed, arguing it violates the First Amendment. Constitutional lawyers have debated whether Trump should be allowed to block users, arguing it is akin to kicking citizens out of a public space or town hall meeting because of their political viewpoints. But others say that's ridiculous—politicians should not be compelled to communicate with anyone, and they should be allowed to block trolls. What do you think?📱
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