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To appear a day before she was scheduled in court and testify in a lawsuit by a former New York Democratic lawmakers had blocked you on Twitter, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-NY, apologized — and unlocked it.
Former New York State Assemblyman Dov Hikind sued Ocasio-Cortez, for the block is not decided by him directly to the Second Circuit Court of Appeals that President Trump against the Constitution by blocking of Twitter users, like their posts, he. On Monday morning, Hikind a settlement announced that had reached.
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“This is a great moment for all of us,” Hikind told Fox News.
Ocasio-Cortez, a first action fought. In an August court filing, Ocasio-Cortez had been approved, blocked Hikind, but denied all of the allegations in relation to their motivation for her to do.
As part of the agreement, the first-year Congressman Hikind unlocked and issued an apology.
“I have to block my decision reconsidered to Dov Hikind from my Twitter account,” the statement said. “Mr. Hikind has Express First Amendment right to his views and should not be blocked for you.”
She continued, you say: “In hindsight, it was wrong and inappropriate and does not reflect the values, I guess. I apologize for blocking Mr Hikind.”
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Hikind said he is satisfied with your apology. In a press conference he called to set to other elected officials, blocking people on social media.
“Each official needs to release to the public, said in front of you to follow on Twitter,” Hikind. “You want to be in elected office? Do not be afraid of what people say to you.”