In the two weeks that he has been in the White House, the most controversial decision that Donald Trump has made has been his executive order that critics have labeled a "Muslim ban." After a federal judge blocked the order, the new president has decided to lash out on social media.

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Just over a week ago, Donald Trump signed into law the aforementioned "Muslim ban," which limited travel to and from seven different countries in the Middle East. In response, airports were detaining travelers who were from these countries, leading to massive protests breaking out at airports across the country, while celebrity critics of the president used their following to speak out.

On Saturday morning, Federal Judge James Robart of Seattle blocked the executive order, claiming it was unconstitutional. During his early morning Twitter rant, Trump referred to Robart as a "so-called Judge," and continued his attack later in the day, as reported on February 4.

"What is our country coming to when a judge can halt a Homeland Security travel ban and anyone, even with bad intentions, can come into U.S.?" Donald Trump wrote on Twitter Saturday night.

"Because the ban was lifted by a judge, many very bad and dangerous people may be pouring into our country," he continued in a follow-up tweet, before adding, "A terrible decision."

"Why aren't the lawyers looking at and using the Federal Court decision in Boston, which is at conflict with ridiculous lift ban decision?" Donald Trump said in yet another tweet on the matter.

In his most recent message on Twitter, Trump then accused Judge James Robart of allowing terrorists into the United States. "The judge opens up our country to potential terrorists and others that do not have our best interests at heart," Trump wrote, while noting, "Bad people are very happy!"

Next up

After the judge blocked the "Muslim ban," the United States Justice Department filed an appeal over the executive order, setting up a potentially long legal battle that will only add to the controversial and political division. Despite the pushback from critics, it doesn't appear that the White House is going to back down anytime soon, as Donald Trump continues his attacks on those who oppose him.