The president has derided the 'so-called judge' who suspended enforcement of his temporary immigration and refugee ban.
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit said the DOJ's request for a stay was denied.
'We always knew that we could not blame an entire group of people for the actions of some horrible people who misappropriated the tenets of their religion in an extreme way.'
The president has been denounced across the world for his actions on immigration while Australia slams Trump's treatment of prime minister.
Individuals from targeted countries with valid visas are allowed entry to the United States after federal judge temporarily blocks the president's executive order.
The president issues so many plainly untrue statements that one must wonder if he's divorced from reality.
Musk says he'll use his role to push his goal of making humanity a multi-planet civilization.
Disapproval of Trump's recent executive orders ranged from 55 percent to 60 percent.
Opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn said May had not done enough to condemn Trump's controversial policy.
The U.K. has barely resettled 50,000 refugees in the last half century.
Lyft ranked above Uber in Apple's App Store for the first time following #DeleteUber campaign.
For those unable to return to their homes in the foreseeable future, the end of the U.S. resettlement program is a significant and symbolic blow.
Barack Obama issues his first statement since leaving office 10 days ago.
Foreign embassies report widespread anger and condemnation as a result of Donald Trump's executive order.
Labour's Emily Thornberry said Britain needs 'a Prime Minister who is prepared to tell [Trump] to stop.'
It's very important for Russia to maintain good relations with its large Muslim population, and its closest allies, like Muslim-majority Kazakhstan.
The seven affected countries are Libya, Iraq, Iran, Sudan, Syria, Somalia and Yemen.
Most every counterterror policy decision is made off information obtained through a local approach, which Trump's executive order hinders.
"Twenty million people have died because of nationalism in Europe," Guy Verhofstadt said.
Former CIA officer argues the U.S. is de facto declaring war on Islam—'to no useful purpose.'