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President Donald Trump asks Supreme Court to let him BLOCK his critics on Twitter

President Donald Trump, who now has more than 85 million Twitter followers, has asked the Supreme Court to allow him to block critics from his personal Twitter account.

In a high-court filing, the administration said Trump’s @realdonaldtrump account is his “personal property.”

“President’s ability to use the features of his personal Twitter account are independent of his presidential office,” acting Solicitor General Jeffrey Wall wrote.

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