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Trump / Refugees / Malala / Ban Reaction / Tech Industry #1106591

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Jan 28, 2017
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(Studio: Reena Ninan) The reaction of Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai†† to President Trump's ban on refugees reported.

(London: Jonathan Vigliotti) The world reaction to Trump's executive actions examined; scenes shown of Trump with British Prime Minister Theresa May; details given of responses from Iran, Germany to the ban & on Syrian refugees. Holocaust victim Anne Frank mentioned.

(Studio: Reena Ninan) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: Carter Evans) The tech industry's reaction to Trump's refugee ban & H-1B visas used to recruit talent examined; details given about proposed changes to H-1B visas. [Loyola University law professor Jessica LEVINSON††- comments on the law.] [Reducio CMO Mike RANDANETTI‡- says we want to recruit engineers.] A statement of concern from Google quoted.

Ninan, Reena;
Vigliotti, Jonathan;
Evans, Carter

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