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A Hawaii federal judge’s decision to block the second edition of Trump’s travel ban has turned exotic vacations into a political statement for some Americans.
Trump supporters who disagree with the decision are urging a boycott of the islands, while anti-Trumpers say a holiday there will be improved if supporters stay away.
Honolulu U.S. District Judge Derrick Watson was the first to block Trump's executive order, which would temporarily ban travellers from six predominantly Muslim countries.
Watson ruled that the president's executive order was not significantly different from the previous version, and used the president's own words as evidence that it targeted Muslims.
The ruling triggered a wave of outrage among Trump supporters, who turned to Twitter to call for a boycott of Hawaii.
Here are some samples
And here’s what some anti-Trump tweeters had to say: