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The ACLU wants Trump to keep tweeting—Gee, we wonder why

Earlier this year, the ACLU told Fast Company that it had filed more than a dozen lawsuits and FOIA requests against the Trump administration. That includes efforts to seek information related to President Trump’s travel ban—a legal battle Trump himself may have undermined yesterday when he admitted on Twitter that it is, in fact, a … Continue reading “The ACLU wants Trump to keep tweeting—Gee, we wonder why”

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Earlier this year, the ACLU told Fast Company that it had filed more than a dozen lawsuits and FOIA requests against the Trump administration. That includes efforts to seek information related to President Trump’s travel ban—a legal battle Trump himself may have undermined yesterday when he admitted on Twitter that it is, in fact, a “travel ban.”

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Of course, the president’s habit of getting himself in trouble on Twitter is well known, so when he tweeted early this morning that the “fake” mainstream media has been working hard to get him to stop using social media (not true), we thought the ACLU’s response was just about perfect:

 

It’s all more fodder for the fight. Read Kathleen Davis’s May digital cover story about how the ACLU has been leading the Trump-era resistance. 

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Christopher Zara is a senior staff news editor for Fast Company and obsessed with media, technology, business, culture, and theater. Before coming to FastCo News, he was a deputy editor at International Business Times, a theater critic for Newsweek, and managing editor of Show Business magazine

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