'This is disgraceful': Trump slammed after blocking veterans group on Twitter
President Donald Trump at CPAC on February 24, 2017 (Michael Vadon/Flickr)

President Donald Trump is facing a backlash on social media after reportedly blocking a liberal veterans group on Twitter.

VoteVets.org accused the president of blocking their account on Tuesday. The organization is a political action committee that describes itself as the largest progressive veterans group in America.

VoteVets frequently used Twitter to criticize Trump. Recently, they used the social media platform to claim that the president himself was a threat to national security.

The Knight First Amendment Institute recently alleged that it was unconstitutional for the president of the United States to block fellow Americans on Twitter. The group said his account "operates as a 'designated public forum' for First Amendment purposes."

Many people were outraged that Trump had blocked the veterans group.

VoteVets is now using the social media drama to fundraise: