Sujit Choudhry, Founder and Faculty Director of the Center for Constitutional Transitions

Social media plays a principal role when it comes to politics in the United States of America as well as other parts of the world as Sujit Choudhry claims. However, twitter communications in Trump White House have been raised to levels nobody could have imagined a few years ago. President Trump employs the use of social mediums to communicate his position on several issues as well as complaining about legislators and judges. Moreover, Trump uses social media to threaten presidents of other nations according to Sujit Choudhry.

The White House cleared up the significance of all these communications through social medial last summer. According to the then-press-secretary Sean Spicer, the tweets from President Trump should be treated as official statements, useful source on (Crunchbase.com). In fact, several courts have used Trump’s tweets as reference in ruling issues regarding travel ban, DACA program discontinuation, and blocking transgender into United States military. Various heads of States have reacted and some taking actions concerning Trump’s tweets.

Columbia University’s Knight First Amendment Institute including seven other people filed a lawsuit after Trump blocked them from his twitter account or his staffers. In their lawsuit, they wanted to know if it is against the constitution of America to block somebody on Twitter, learn more updates on twitter.com. According to the lawsuit, Trump’s account which he uses to communicate public matters is a public medium.

The president including his staffs have clearly elaborated that the president’s Twitter account is considered an official channel of communication, and advisors take part in managing the account. Hence, excluding some people from the interaction is something that takes place in private twitter accounts of individuals. According to Sujit Choudhry, those who have been blocked from the account can only view Trump’s tweets by signing out of Twitter where they can tweet freely on their own. However, they cannot participate on the public discussion generated by and the public statement of the President.

Sujit Choudhry writes that every individual’s complainants in the lawsuit has a Twitter account and have been blocked from interaction or viewing the tweets from @realDonaldTrump. The resolution to block these people looks like content-based. For instance, Rebecca Buckwalter is a legal analyst and writer who engages actively in comment threads connected to the tweets of Trump, follow https://www.wzb.eu/en/personen/sujit-choudhry for more details.