Just a day before the President Donald trump revised Travel ban goes into effect, a federal judge in Hawaii issued an emergency temporary halt against it. According to the state of Hawaii, Trump's travel is a discriminated against Muslims and that the new law is a violation of the constitution.
The new ban, signed by the President on March 6, had aimed to overcome legal problems with a January executive order that caused chaos at airports and sparked mass protests before a Washington judge stopped its enforcement in February.
The state of Hawaii's move means that citizens of Iran, Libya, Syria, Somalia, Sudan and Yemen can still travel to the US.
While speaking at a rally in Nashville, Tennessee, Mr Trump said the judge's legal block "makes the US look weak" and represented "unprecedented judicial overreach". According to him, he will take the case as far as it needs to go including going to the supreme court.