Faith Leaders Say Trump’s Anti-Muslim Tweets Violate Constitutional Protections

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Media Outlet: Washington Post

Joshua Geltzer was quoted in the Washington Post regarding President Trump's divisive tweets, and how they potentially run afoul of provisions outlined in the First Amendment's Establishment Clause:

“In the future, we urge the president to refrain from using his official perch to share divisive messages that denigrate the religion of any American,” said Joshua Geltzer, the institute’s executive director and a former high-ranking national security official at the Justice Department during the Obama administration.

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Joshua Geltzer is an ASU Future of War Fellow at New America. He is writing a book exploring challenges associated with modern communications technologies such as social media platforms, file-upload sites, and internet search engines.