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The president suggested the action targeting a campus known for the Free Speech Movement.
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'I am trusting the American people’: Yale professor worries his wife and baby won't be allowed back from Iran
A Yale University professor from Iran confronts President Trump's executive order on immigration; even with green cards, he worries that he's no longer sure of the rules and that leaving the country has become a risk.
The school says it the ban threatens the school's ability to fulfill its mission of reaching out to students around the world.