Brandon Neely, a police officer in Texas and one of the seven plaintiffs in the lawsuit, told Newsweek on Friday that the group has discussed next steps with their lawyers and are prepared to go back to court.
One option could be getting an injunction, Neely said. Eugene Gu, another of the seven plaintiffs, suggested the courts could avoid direct confrontation with the president by ordering the Scavino to carry out the unblocking.
“We’re all willing to take this as far as it needs to go,” Neely said. “Because it’s not only just about Trump now but about setting a precedent for the future.”
He added: “[The president] is making policies on the fly on social media and we have the right as citizens to be able to look at it underneath our own accounts.”