Signed on March 6, Trump's second travel-ban executive order placed a 90-day suspension on the issuance of visas to citizens of the six nations - Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen - and all refugee admissions into the U.S. for 120 days.
The losses forced Trump to significantly revise his initial executive order.
All three rulings are only temporary decisions as cases over the constitutionality of the travel ban go through the courts.
CAIR sought an even broader injunction against the executive order than what other judges in Hawaii and Maryland have imposed.
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Like much of the rest of the USA tech sector, the majority of the Light Reading community strongly opposes President Trump's efforts to bar citizens from at least six predominantly Muslim countries from entering the US. "And while the president and his advisers have continued to make statements following the issuance of EO-1 [the first executive order] that have characterized or anticipated the nature of EO-2 [the revised ban] the court can not conclude for the purposes of the motion that these statements, together with the president's past statements, have effectively disqualified him from exercising his lawful presidential authority".
Gadeir Abbas, an attorney for the plaintiffs, pointed to Trump's remarks at a rally in Nashville, Tennessee, saying they showed the president's real motive is a bias against Islam.
The most significant part of Trenga's ruling is his finding that the revised order is sufficiently different from the original travel ban to reduce "the probative value" of past statements by Trump and his aides that the plaintiffs used to establish "discriminatory intent".
The travel ban remains suspended, although Friday's ruling offered a boost to Trump.
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The bitter fight over the travel bans has become an early test of whether the president will be able to deliver on his campaign promises. These two past decisions keep the order at bay.
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At a hearing in Alexandria on March 21, the government's lawyer, Dennis Barghaan, said another ruling blocking the executive order wasn't warranted because of the injunctions issued in Hawaii and Maryland.
Of course, lawyers from the Justice Department praised Trenga's ruling.
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"Despite these changes, the history of public statements continues to provide a convincing case that the goal of the Second Executive Order remains the realization of the long-envisioned Muslim ban", said Chuang, who is based in Maryland.