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Trump Just Took Out His Anger On Federal Judges With PATHETIC Insult

Donald Trump has criticized the court multiple times already for temporarily pausing his executive order to ban seven Muslim-majority nations from entering the country. On Wednesday, Trump attacked again. He lambasted the federal judicial system that’s weighing it as overtly political.

“I think it’s sad, I think it’s a sad day,” Trump told a group of major city police officers and sheriffs in Washington.

A federal appeals court was held Tuesday to argue Trump’s executive order. The California-based 9th Circuit Court of Appeals will soon decide whether to reinstate the executive order or not. Until then, his order that temporarily bars all refugees from entering the country, and all immigration from the seven Muslim-majority nations(Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen), is halted.

“I watched last night in amazement and I heard things that I couldn’t believe, things that really had nothing to do with what I just read,” Trump said during his event Wednesday morning in Washington.

Trump went on to declare that even a “bad high school student” could understand the language and find in his favor, as he dismissed claims that he overstepped his bounds as ignorant misreading of the law.
“I was a good student. I comprehend very well, OK, better than I think almost anybody,” Trump said. “It can’t be written any plainer or better.”

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