Here are the 7 tweets that led to landmark court decision against Trump

Here are the tweets that got seven people block from president's Twitter feed.

They are the blocked seven, the people who were banished from President Donald Trump's Twitter account for the zingers that apparently got under his skin.

A day after a federal court judge in New York ruled it was unconstitutional for the president to block people from his personal social media account -- which he uses to make important announcements in addition to offering commentary on a host of topics -- the banned seven remained blocked, according to officials at the Knight First Amendment Institute, which filed the victorious lawsuit over the issue.

The U.S. Department of Justice rejected the court's decision, saying in a statement: "We respectfully disagree with the court's decision and are considering our next steps."

Here are the tweets that got the plaintiffs in the case blocked by @realDonaldTrump, according to the court documents:

-- Joseph Papp, a former professional road cyclist and anti-doping advocate from Ohio, was bumped from Trump's Twitter account on June 5, 2017. Trump tweeted a video of his weekly presidential address with the hashtag "#Weekly Address." Papp responded, tweeting, "Greetings from Pittsburgh, Sir. Why didn't you attend your #PittsburgNotParis Rally in DC, Sir?" He was referring to a rally in Washington supporting Trump's decision to pull the United States out of the Paris climate agreement. Papp's tweet was liked 335 times and his Twitter followers have since jumped from 11,600 to 15,800.

-- Nick Pappas is a comedy writer from New York but apparently, Trump found nothing humorous about his Twitter post on June 5, 2017. The president tweeted, "The Justice Dept. should ask for an expedited hearing of the watered down Travel Ban before the Supreme Court - & seek much tougher version!" Pappas was blocked after he responded, "Trump is right. The government should protect the people. That's why the courts are protecting us from him." Pappas' tweet was retweeted 395 times and since then his Twitter follower climbed from 37,400 to more than 60,000.