Donald Trump’s ‘See you in court!’ tweet spawns a flood of cheeky reactions – National

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U.S. President Donald Trump isn’t giving up after judges with the ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals refused to dam a ruling through a decrease courtroom that suspended his go back and forth ban on electorate and refugees from seven Muslim-majority international locations.

This is how the president answered:

The choice might be appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court.

But ahead of that occurs, Trump’s reaction has already turn out to be the item of derision and mockery.


Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson mentioned on Thursday that “we’ve seen him in court twice and we’re two for two.”

And that used to be diplomatic in comparison to how some Twitter customers answered.

LISTEN BELOW: Donald Trump responds to federal appeals courtroom choice on go back and forth ban





Here used to be former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, remarking at the choice of judges who shot down the enchantment:

Here used to be the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), which has challenged Trump’s go back and forth ban within the courts:

Here used to be Toronto Star reporter Daniel Dale:

And right here used to be Adrianne Curry, the winner of the primary season of America’s Next Top Model:

This tweet went with some lowbrow humour:

This one made artful use of a Scooby-Doo reference:

This one, Trump himself:

This one used Trump’s personal phrases towards him:

And this one, the face of a former foe:


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