While speaking to the National Sheriffs' Association on Wednesday, Trump defended his immigration order, saying it was "written beautifully."
Pres. Trump defends immigration order: "Couldn't have been written any more precisely...It was written beautifully" https://t.co/bUQ4bsdP3q pic.twitter.com/PhKRNXm30u — ABC News Politics (@ABCPolitics) February 8, 2017
Trump continued: even if you were "a bad student in high school, you could understand this," adding that the courts are "interpreting things differently than probably 100% of the people in this room." He suggested that the court was politically motivated:
Yesterday, Trump's nominee for Defense Secretary, John Kelly, said the rollout of the order should have been done differently. He said he should have waited to give Congress time to prepare.