The ACLU replied quickly, noting that Trump has “confirmed the ban is a BAN” while also conceding that the second executive order issued in March was substantively the same as the first.

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Trump’s comments—regarding the attacks themselves, London’s mayor, and the travel ban—have been panned across the political spectrum as inaccurate and reprehensible.

The Washington Post‘s Greg Sargent characterized the tweetstorm as “unhinged” and said the president “may have given opponents of his immigration ban more ammunition against it in court.” In addition, he said, Trump “confirmed once again that a deep rot of bad faith and a profound contempt for process continue to infest much of what this administration does.”

The Associated Press concluded:

Trump’s remarks come as the White House is taking steps to have the March executive order reinstated, despite the fact the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that the order “drips with religious intolerance, animus, and discrimination.”

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