'3-0': Hillary mocks Trump following U.S. court upholding travel ban

Twitter also barraged Hillary with hilarious reminders of her own 0-3 losing streak and dismal presidential election history. The former secretary of state has updated her followers that three judges from the 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals unanimously made a decision to keep the president's travel ban suspended.

It comes as Trump slammed the decision to uphold the block on his controversial travel ban - vowing to fight the case in court.

On January 27, Mr.Trump signed an executive order that bans citizens from Iraq, Libya, Syria, Sudan, Yemen, Iran, and Somalia for 90 days and imposed a 120-day stop on all refugees except for refugees from Syria who are barred for an unlimited period of time. Naturally, the Trump administration wasn't pleased at this and claimed the president has the constitutional power to restrict entry, due to the reason being to prevent terrorism.

Federal judge Robart, from Seattle, had stopped the ban arguing it unlawfully discriminated against Muslims and was unconstitutional after two states, Washington and Minnesota contested the order.

Her tweet simply read, "3-0", a reference to the unanimous decision by the three-judge panel at the US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, San Francisco.

Hillary Clinton took to Twitter to express her thoughts. Protesters flocked at airports in the United States last month to convey disapproval of the executive order (EO).

In a nutshell, Trump recently ordered the banning of people immigrating from seven predominantly Muslim countries. She retweeted Clinton's tweet with this response: "PA, WI, MI".

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