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President Trump’s ban on immigrant travel from seven largely Muslim countries is having far-reaching repercussions. Universities with international students and visiting professors and American tech companies are the many affected. Gabe Gutierrez reports for TODAY from Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, where at least 11 foreign-born residents were detained.