Since winning this year's presidential election the talk of the 2016 Twitter-sphere, Donald Trump, is heavily utilizing the site's block feature.
It appears that the controversial tweeter has decided if he sees anyone badmouthing him or disagreeing with his policies on his favorite social media site, he will simply hit the digital "you're fired" button, dismissing the unwanted followers from his Twitter life.
Sick burn, Donald.
Now, as more and more people share their own personal "I've been blocked by the future President of the United States on Twitter" tales, it seems as though the blocking maneuver — normally reserved for extreme instances — is becoming second nature for The Donald.
A slew of Twitter users, ranging from baffled to amused, are announcing that they have been blocked by Trump's official account and including screenshots of Trump's inaccessible profile as proof. How this plays out once he is in the White House is anyone's guess.
As of Friday afternoon, Trump's Twitter account has 16.5 million follower. But who knows how many he'll have once he's done with his blocking spree.