After Hawaii Strikes Down Trump Travel Ban, Elizabeth Warren Tweets at the President

March 16, 2017

Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) took to Twitter on Thursday to taunt President Donald Trump when the second version of his travel ban was blocked and put on hold by a federal judge from Hawaii.

Because this is the second ban to be struck down, the ban being blocked can be seen as a "blow to one of the president's biggest campaign promises," Business Insider reported on Thursday.

Warren called it an "illegal Muslim ban by another name" in her first tweet.

She pointed out how it was blocked for a second time as well.

Then, she said that this wouldn't keep the United States safe.

In a third tweet, she called the ban "0 for 2 vs. the Constitution," and warned him to "stop fighting the rule of law" so that he could start fighting for the American people.