On Thursday night, the 9th circuit Court of Appeals denied the White House's appeal to continue the controversial "Muslim ban" executive order. After Donald Trump lashed out in response, Hollywood celebrities were quick to mock the president.

Trump trolled

In a major blow to Donald Trump and his administration, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals announced that they will not reinstate the aforementioned executive order that restricted travel to and from seven majority Muslin nations in the Middle East. A block had been put on the order last week by a federal judge, but was quickly appealed by the White House.

As expected, the former host of "The Apprentice" expressed his frustration on social media, tweeting, "SEE YOU IN COURT," as Trump plans to take his appeal to the Supreme Court at some point in the near future. As seen across Twitter on February 9, Hollywood stars instantly mocked the president, and celebrated the victory for the left.

"King Geoffrey doesn't like to lose," "Star Trek" actor George Takei wrote on Twitter Thursday night. Filmmaker Michael Moore continued his anti-Trump tweets, trolling Donald Trump over the court's decision. "OK!! SEE YOU THERE!! JUST AS SOON AS I FINISH MY SHOPPING AT NORDSTROM!!," Moore wrote, in reference to Trump's recent social media tirade over Nordstrom dropping his daughter Ivanka's clothing line due to poor sales.

Host of "The Late Show," Stephen Colbert, also took a shot at Donald Trump, while correcting a grammatical error in the president's tweet. "Sir, this is two sentences. It shouldn't be a comma.

It should be a period," Colbert noted, while using the hashtag "#GrammarNeoNazi." Former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton also chimed in, and was simple and to the point with her message, tweeting, "3-0."

Actress Rosie O'Donnell also gave her thoughts on Twitter, as she continues her long-running feud with the billionaire real estate mogul.

"LET THE GAMES BEGIN,' O'Donnell tweeted.

Moving forward

As of press time, the decision by the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals is a clear victory for critics of the "Muslim ban," and a setback for Donald Trump. As time moves on, it's unlikely that Trump will become silent on the issue, with a battle in the Supreme Court upcoming.