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Laurene Powell Jobs, Widow of Apple Co-Founder, Talks Immigration With Trump

  • Laurene Powell Jobs advocates for comprehensive overhaul
  • Steve Jobs’s father immigrated to the U.S. from Syria in 1952
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Here's What's Different in Trump's New Travel Ban

President Donald Trump discussed immigration policy with Laurene Powell Jobs, the widow of Apple Inc. co-founder Steve Jobs and a critic of Trump’s travel ban, at the White House on Wednesday, according to an administration official.

The meeting comes after the president issued a second executive order temporarily barring travel and immigration from six predominantly Muslim countries. The order also halts all admissions under the U.S. refugee program for the next four months and halves the number of refugees to be admitted to the U.S. this fiscal year.