On Friday night, a federal judge ordered a nation-wide block on the recent "Muslim ban" signed into law by Donald Trump. After Trump's appeal was shot down, he lashed on Twitter in yet another rant.

Trump on Twitter

Heading into the weekend, United States District Judge James Robart ordered that officials should stop enforcing the "Muslim ban" executive order. In response, Donald Trump criticized Robart, referring to him as a "so-called judge" in his first Twitter response the following morning. Trump went on to warn of potential "death and destruction" if a ban and extreme vetting is not implimented, stating, "big trouble." On Sunday afternoon, the commander in chief returned to social media and continued his attack on the federal judge, as seen on February 5.

"Just cannot believe a judge would put our country in such peril. If something happens blame him and court system. People pouring in," Donald Trump wrote on Twitter, before adding, "Bad!" In a follow-up tweet, Trump announced that he has informed Homeland Security to increase their vetting and checks at various travel spots, before blaming the judge and the court system for making his job harder than it should be.

"I have instructed Homeland Security to check people coming into our country VERY CAREFULLY," Donald Trump tweeted, while also noting, "The courts are making the job very difficult!" Trump's Twitter messages continue a theme for the billionaire real estate mogul in his war of words with any and all critics, including political opponents, members of the media, and justices.

History of grudges

This isn't the first time that Donald Trump has engaged in a feud with a federal judge. Leading up to the Trump University trial last year, the former host of "The Apprentice" accused Judge Gonzalo Curiel of being biased against him due to his Hispanic heritage, and Trump's hard-line approach to illegal immigration.

Next up

As of press time, the "Muslim ban" has been put on hold, despite the backlash from the White House. While it's unknown what the status will be moving forward, it's likely that the divide between both sides will continue.