You've got to like this part:
Judicial persistence in infringing on the executive's core responsibilities will result in more than resistance - the judicial branch risks its independence. Which is a good thing IMO. If they want to be legislators and executives, they should run for election.
Put back in Roman times, this would read: "In short, judges, if I don't like what you do, I, the Imperial President, will annex you. So you can either support everything that I do, or you can be eliminated. Your positions exists merely at my discretion."
Seriously...I mean, what purpose does this guy think the judicial branch is supposed to serve? A figurehead rubberstamp that gives only the appearance of separation of powers?