Donald Trump slams 'so-called' judge who blocked travel ban, appeals against ruling

US President Donald Trump has appealed against the ruling of the Federal judge and have asserted that the ruling will be overturned.

United States President Donald Trump on February 5 lashed out at the Federal Judge who blocked his travel ban from seven Muslim-majority nations. Terming it as “terrible decision”, Trump said, “when a country is no longer able to say who can, and who cannot, come in & out, especially for reasons of safety &.security – big trouble.”

Additionally, the Trump administration has filed an appeal against the ruling and have asserted that they will overcome the judge’s decision on the travel ban. Trump has filed an appeal in the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, and have urged them to set aside ruling given by the Federal James Robart, a George W. Bush appointee.

 U.S. District Judge James Robart in Seattle put a nationwide block Trump’s travel ban that he had imposed on citizens of seven Muslim countries. Affirming that the decision will be “overturned”. Trump said the oponion of the “so called judge” took the law enforcement away from the country.

Trump further asserted that the judge was only opening up the “country to potential terrorists and others that do not have our best interests at heart” adding that it was making the “bad people very happy”.

In what came a massive shock to the people across the country, a day after Donald Trump signed an executive order to build a wall across the US-Mexico border, he signed another order on January 28 to keep the “radical Islamists” out of the US. The order prevents people from Iraq, Syria, Iran, Sudan, Libya, Somalia or Yemen from entering the country for 30 days.

Trump further asserted that the country “will never forget the lessons of 9/11 nor the heroes who lost at the Pentagon,” and will honour them not only with our words, but with our actions adding that the steps that were taken by previously after the 9/11 attacks did not stop the terrorists to enter the United States.