It's his right.
However, how one uses that right is debatable...
Can a Twitter user block another Twitter user? Yes, that's an accepted part of the site. Why should the rules of Twitter apply unevenly to users?
Freedom of speech isn't freedom of interaction. If you attend a political function and they don't like your behavior, they're within their rights to kick you out.
Well, that is a flaw in the article. Citizens have a right to sue congress for redress of grievances, not the president.
Why not? One must be a citizen to be president. No citizen should be disallowed their right to petition for redress of grievances.
I meant citizens have a constitutional right to sue congress, not to sue the president.
The right extends to the ''approach of citizens or groups of them to administrative agencies (which are both creatures of the legislature, and arms of the executive) and to courts, the third branch of Government. Certainly the right to petition extends to all departments of the Government.
Also, the "right to petition" is not explicitly the "right to sue", though that is usually the way it is done today. The federal government has sovereign immunity except where/when it has waived that right, and officials/employees may have qualified immunity as well. It is not a cut-and-dried issue.
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.
It's his right, but he needs to stop tweeting stupid stuff, dissing other people. Trump needs to grow up, leave that foolishness behind, start concentrating on the problems we are having, instead of acting like a bully. He's president, it's time he started acting like one, if that is even possible.
The president is about like the figurehead on the bow of a ship. He has no control over where the ship goes, but he is always the first one to arrive there.
That why I'm worried about our country, he has no idea what or where he's wanting to go or how to get there.
The bigger threat to the nation is your neighbors. Three thousand despots a mile away are more powerful than one despot three thousand miles away.
But they aren't testing nuclear bombs. And that jerk in Korea is. Plus he's a madman.
Trump can block whoever he wants as long as it's not me.
Yep, just as he can refuse to have a meeting in person with someone or talk to someone on the phone. If I don't want to be abused by someone on twitter, I can block them. Why should the President or ANY elected official be different?