‘Big trouble!’ Trump smashes ‘so called judge’ over ridiculous ruling, promises it will be overturned

A federal judge became the newest target of President Trump’s Twitter fury, and with good reason.

On Saturday the president slammed Judge James Robart, who put a temporary stop to the Trump administration’s travel ban against seven majority Muslim nations.

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He started by expressing his disagreement with the judge’s decision, citing security concerns.

But then he took the gloves off and went after the judge, who was appointed by former President George W. Bush.

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Judge Robart ruled on Friday that the ban had a high probability of being unconstitutional and illegal and issued a nationwide injunction halting the president’s executive order.

White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer responded by vowing that the Justice Department was going to “file an emergency stay of this outrageous order and defend the executive order of the President.”

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