Attorney General Eric Schneiderman in a statement Monday said he is ready to once again challenge President Donald Trump’s effort to limit immigration to the United States.

Trump on Monday issued a revised ban on travel from Middle Eastern countries, designed his aides say in an attempt to withstand the legal scrutiny that faced the previous executive order.

Schneiderman, along with Democratic attorneys general across the country, challenged the ban in federal court.

“Courts across the country have made clear: President Trump is not above the Constitution,” Schneiderman said in today’s statement.

“While the White House may have made changes to the ban, the intent to discriminate against Muslims remains clear. This doesn’t just harm the families caught in the chaos of President Trump’s draconian policies – it’s diametrically opposed to our values, and makes us less safe. My office is closely reviewing the new executive order, and I stand ready to litigate — again — in order to protect New York’s families, institutions, and economy.”

Schneiderman over the last several weeks has challenged a variety of Trump administration directives, including efforts to rollback Obama-era regulations on the environment.