President Donald Trump today blasted a federal judge in Montana who on Thursday blocked construction of the Keystone XL pipeline over climate change and other environmental issues. “It was a political decision made by a judge. I think it’s a disgrace,” Trump told reporters on the White House lawn. Story Continued Below “And I guess they’ll end up going to the 9th Circuit as usual. We’re slowly putting new judges in the 9th Circuit,” the president added, referring to the liberal-leaning appellate court that has ruled against him on high-profile issues like immigration. Despite his dislike of the 9th Circuit, Trump hinted that the conservative-controlled Supreme Court may have the final say on the controversial international oil pipeline. Trump noted the 9th Circuit’s Thursday’s ruling continuing to prevent him from ending the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. That ruling was “actually good news,” Trump said, because “finally we get to the Supreme Court.” TransCanada on Thursday remained mum about any potential plan to appeal the ruling. “We have received the judge’s ruling and continue to review it,” TransCanada Chief Executive Russ Girling said in a prepared statement. “We remain committed to building this important energy infrastructure project.” Ben Lefebvre contributed to this report.