The American Civil Liberties Union recently launched a project called #WeThePeople, which displayed copies of the First Amendment in public.

The project was designed in response to the travel bans, which affected seven Muslim-majority countries, put forth by President Trump’s administration.

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The Huffington Post published an article about the project but used the title “ACLU trolls Trump with First Amendment billboards:”

Several hours later, the ACLU responded to the title with blunt honesty:

“Since when did upholding the Constitution become trolling our president?” they asked.

The tweet gained support from Twitter:

(H/T Twitter)

When the Huffington Post claimed the ACLU trolled the president with their First Amendment campaign, they struck back with a sharp correction Twitter/@ACLU
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