Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders speaks to a crowd in Concord, New Hampshire, May 27 2015. Getty Images

Following President Donald Trump’s new executive order on immigration into the United States, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders had a few choice words for the man in the Oval Office. Trump’s revised travel ban is a similar order to the first, though it is more limited in scope and includes six countries instead of seven.

“Let’s call it what it is. This ban is a racist and anti-Islamic attempt to divide us up. A president who respected our traditions of religious freedom would not have resorted to hateful, anti-Islamic rhetoric to justify a ban on travel from six mostly Muslim countries,” Sanders said in a statement released Monday.

“Even the Department of Homeland Security has said that citizenship is not a factor in terrorist threats,” he added. “This isn’t about keeping America safe. A president responsible for keeping our citizens safe would not hand over ideological ammunition to terrorists seeking new recruits to kill Americans.”

Trump’s new executive order suspends travel from Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen for 90 days, though Iraq, previously included in the first ban, was removed.

Sanders also went after Trump on Twitter in response to Trump’s claim that former President Barack Obama had wiretapped his phones at Trump Tower in the lead up to the election.

“President Trump cannot continue to lie, lie, lie. It diminishes the office of the president and our standing in the world,” Sanders tweeted.

On Saturday, Sanders trolled Trump again in the form of a tweet by posting a photo of his inauguration crowd in response to one of Trump’s own tweets. Trump’s tweet urged people who voted for him to have their own rally, claiming it would be “the biggest of them all.” Sanders then posted a photo of Inauguration Day with the caption, “They did. It wasn’t.”