President Trump has said that US courts are "so political" during a speech to law enforcement officials, as his administration awaits a ruling on whether his controversial travel ban is lawful or discriminates against Muslims based on their religion."I don't ever want to call a court biased," Trump said during a speech at the Major Cities Police Chiefs Association Conference in Washington on Wednesday. "So I won't call it biased. And we haven't had a decision yet. But courts seem to be so political." "It would be so great for our justice system if they [the courts] would be able to read the statement and do what's right." He read text from the law which he used to implement the travel ban, stating that it clearly allows a president to suspend entry to those he or she believes would be a detriment to national security. If the 9th District Court chooses to continue the block on Trump's immigration order, then Federal courts across America will officially be a political gambit instead of a place of law. Due to the IANA Of 1952 it is any President's power to ban any nation he deems a threat to the United States Of America. However if the court decides to block President Trump's immigration ban, we should fully expect a major chess move by President Trump if that decision is made by the 9th District to continue the block of Trump's immigration ban. If block continues after a verdict on Trump's immigration ban, we might even witness President Trump doing everything lawfully possible to end the careers of judges involved who try to continue to block his Presidential power to ban nations he deems a threat. Our court system will officially be political if block continues, since Obama was allowed to block multiple times without issue.