President Donald Trump has made it clear that he doesn't mind lashing out at those who he feels deserve it, despite the backlash that often follows. While even many supporters of the president disagreed with his comments about federal judges and the court system, it doesn't appear like Trump is ready to back off.

Trump goes rogue

Not long after Donald Trump kicked off his campaign for president, he made attacking his political opponents and critics a part of his daily routine. Whether it was his Republican primary opponents, cable news channels, or even celebrities who voiced their opposition, Trump found a way to make outlandish and often crude comments as part of his defense.

The former host of "The Apprentice" expressed his frustration and anger on the campaign trail, during interviews, and even on social media, which has increased ever since he was sworn into office last January. One of Trump's latest targets have been judges and the courts after his "Muslim ban" executive order was blocked. As reported by The Hill on March 21, Trump won't be ending his criticism of the court at any point in the near future as he threatened to continue his attack on judges if they rule against him in the future.

According to The Hill on Tuesday night, Donald Trump took time to address those in attendance at the National Republican Congressional Committee Dinner.

During his speech, the billionaire real estate mogul noted the trouble that he's faced from the court system in regards to pushing through his travel ban executive order.

"We're also taking decisive action to improve our vetting procedures," Donald Trump said.

"The courts are not helping us, I have to be honest with you," he continued, before adding, "It's ridiculous." "Somebody said I should not criticize judges," Trump noted, while stating, "OK, I'll criticize judges." Trump's comments came just hours after his nominee to the Supreme Court, Neil Gorsuch, pushed back at the president over the previous remarks he made about judges, calling them "disheartening."

Moving forward

After Donald Trump's first travel ban was struck down by a federal judge and the 9th Circuit court of appeals, he worked with his administration to produce a watered down revised version that they hoped would stand. However, after a judge in Hawaii once again blocked the order, the president and his team were forced back to the drawing broad.