Hillary Clinton responds to the court's block of Trump's ban

She simply wrote "3-0". Only time will really tell, but the landmark ruling does show us that while Trump has a huge amount of power at his disposal, the people of America can and will stand up when it counts.

A GLOATING Hillary Clinton has attacked Donald Trump with a spiteful Twitter post after his controversial "Muslim travel ban" was railroaded by judges.

In an impromptu interview in the West Wing, Trump called the judges' decision "political" and expressed his confidence that he will ultimately win this battle that is likely headed to the Supreme Court.

Shortly following the court's decision, Clinton tweeted "3-0", a reference to the unanimous vote from the three judge panel that keeps the suspension of Trump's executive order banning travelers from seven Muslim-majority countries in place.

A trio of judges rejected the Trump administration's request to resume Trump's 90-day halt on visitors from Iraq, Iran, Libya, Sudan, Somalia, Syria and Yemen. However, Seattle-based District Judge James Robart issued a temporary restraint on the ban on February 4th.

"President Trump ought to see the handwriting on the wall that his executive order is unconstitutional".

Clearly, Hillary Clinton (a former lawyer herself) agreed.

The Trump aide has been using Twitter as of late to confront the Clintons.

The Justice Department had launched an appeal against the blocking of the executive order deeming it a "lawful exercise". "For the sake of our values and the security of America, Democrats will continue to press for President Trump's unsafe and unconstitutional ban to be withdrawn". "This is not who we are".

  • Tracy Ferguson