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Universities grappling with impact of Trump's immigration ban
About 17,000 of America's international students come from the seven predominantly Muslim countries that President Trump banned from entering the country with his Jan. 27 executive order. Now some students and professors are unsure of their fate. The Post's Joe Heim tells you more.
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