A federal judge in Maryland became the second one to block parts of President Trump's immigration order, including the 90-day ban on travel from six majority-Muslim countries.

CNN reported the new order was handed down Thursday morning, the day the new immigration ban was supposed to start. It's the second blow to Trump's second attempt at an executive order blocking travel from Iran, Somalia, Libya, Sudan, Syria and Yemen for 90 days and all refugees from 120 days.

On Wednesday, federal Judge Derrick Watson, based in Hawaii, blocked the ban nationwide. The judge cited statements made on cable news by White House aide Stephen Miller calling the second order a rehash of the first order, which had been struck down by the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals.

Trump said Wednesday at a rally that he felt the second order was a "watered down" version of the first one, and he felt the first one was the better idea. However, that order had been rescinded as a part of the second order.

Trump promised to fight the court decisions, all the way to the Supreme Court if necessary.