The White House says it has no plans to block Trump from tweeting on social media

The White Nationalist Party, a white nationalist group, has threatened to sue the White House if President Donald Trump is allowed to tweet.

In a blog post Friday, the group said it is taking legal action after the Trump administration refused to take action on the group’s claim that the president is violating the First Amendment by using social media.

The White White House said Friday it was working with the groups attorneys on a resolution.

“We’re working with legal counsel on this,” White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders told reporters.

“As the President has made clear, we want to continue to protect the First and Second Amendments.”

The group is the brainchild of former white nationalist and current Donald Trump adviser Sebastian Gorka.

The group’s Twitter account has more than 1 million followers.

Trump has a history of using Twitter to express his anger at perceived unfairness and discrimination, and has been a frequent target of the group.

It has posted posts that have been deleted or blocked by social media platforms, including tweets by the President criticizing the United Nations and calling for the impeachment of former President Bill Clinton.

The social media platform has a policy of removing posts that are “disrespectful or incite violence.”