President Donald Trump attached the judge who halted his “Muslim Ban”, asked the whole U.S nation to blame the judge if something happens. Comedian Michael Blackson did not find it funny as he replies Trump.
“The opinion of this so-called judge, which essentially takes law-enforcement away from our country, is ridiculous and will be overturned!” Trump tweeted after his infamous “Muslim Ban” bill was overturned by court system.
Most people hoped that, once Trump was officially made President, someone would stop him from tweeting so much nonsense. Well, that did not happen.
In his latest Twitter tirade, the leader of the free world openly criticized the US District judge that overruled his controversial immigration ban.
The judge in question is James Robart. He’s the man who stood up to Trump by declaring the wildly unpopular travel ban for citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries unconstitutional.
In true Trump fashion, 140 characters simply wasn’t enough space to fully express his feelings, so he went on a veritable rant against the “so-called judge.”
To make matters worse, these were all written over the weekend while the President wasn’t at the White House; Trump was staying in his Mar-A-Lago estate in Florida. That means none of his staff could quickly take the iPhone out of his tiny hands—which we can only hope they all wanted to do.
“No one was happy the President attacked the judge,” oneWhite House official said. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell echoed that sentiment on CNN, saying, “I think it’s best not to single out judges for criticism. We all get disappointed from time to time.”
That sentiment seems obvious; if only our President didn’t need to be told these things…