Trump's ban has received a strong opposition from people.
Is Hillary Clinton jumping into the fray over President Trump's travel ban?
In the meantime, Trump has continued tweeting about the court ruling calling it "a disgraceful decision".
A trio of judges rejected the Trump administration's request to resume Trump's 90-day halt on visitors from Iraq, Iran, Libya, Sudan, Somalia, Syria and Yemen. "This judgment was well within the president's power as delegated to him by Congress and it is constitutional as the court in Boston ... recently held", he had attempted to argue.
"President Trump ought to see the handwriting on the wall that his executive order is unconstitutional".
The decision from the panel reviewed a ruling issued last Friday by Judge James L. Robart, a federal judge in Seattle.
Today, in a unanimous decision, three judges from the San Fransisco-based 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals voted to block the Presidential order.
Clearly, Hillary Clinton (a former lawyer herself) agreed.
A top Hillary Clinton aide says the Democratic presidential nominee almost didn't throw her hat in the ring.
The Justice Department had launched an appeal against the blocking of the executive order deeming it a "lawful exercise".
Clinton is not the first politician to express opposition against Trump's ban.
Not only did she tweet that she "stands with people gathered across the country tonight", Clinton also linked to two stories (one about famed Gold Star father Khizr Khan) pointing to the valuable contributions Muslims have made in the United States.