The Highest Court
All caps (and his inability to use commas correctly) aside, the real Donald Trump  isn’t finished with the court system. Trump’s Moslem Ban, oops, Extreme Vetting, oops, MAKE THE NATION SAFE executive order is only the first of many Trump actions that the courts will review. In fact, it’s only the first of many Trump will lose.
Trump had Steve Bannon explain the Constitution to him, and Bannon explained, “The Constitution is whatever you make it, and don’t let them tell you otherwise.”
Trump will appeal every decision against him, and even some that go in his favor because the “so-called judges didn’t make their decision SAFE ENOUGH!” Sooner or later, even the Supreme Court will rule against him. Even his new buddy Gorsuch will rule, “enough is enough.”
As soon as Trump loses in the Supreme Court, he’ll appeal to the Highest Court: God. Or himself. Since Trump can’t tell the difference, it’s all the same.
From then on, Trump will simply refer all his executive orders and actions directly to himself and always rule in his favor. When someone files against him, he’ll tweet:
 Trump uses the handle “realDonaldTrump” so we’ll know he isn’t Alec Baldwin.