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It's not Twitter's job to silence Trump

I was preparing to appear on CNN Tuesday night when the breaking news alert came that President Trump had tweeted about the size of his nuclear "button" -- as a response to North Korea's Kim Jong Un's statement about having a nuclear "button" on his own desk.

Almost immediately, some commentators began pleading with Twitter to block the President's account for violating the platform's rules against abusive behavior.

It is unlikely that the President's tweeting about North Korea gets

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