Transcript for President Trump's Executive Order Has Ripple Effects for Hollywood and Sports Stars
border security, instead of looking to create World War III. Thank you. And the ripple effect is only starting to make some impact. Hundreds are caught in the middle. Here's Jim Avila. Reporter: Concern tonight from the olympic committee, and the athletes who provide the grandeur of the games every four years. The United States worrying its bid to host the 2024 games could be jeopardized with the immigration policies. The usoc announcing they're working closely with the administration to understand the rules. Athletes like Mo Ferra, who trains in the United States, but was born in Somalia, is worried travel restrictions could make traveling impossible. Posting that it's deeply troubling. Late today, assured by the olympic committee he will be able to travel in and out of the U.S. In are still questions for the NBA, which calls itself a global league. Thon maker, a Sudanese refugee, concerned that he won't be able to get back after games in Canada. Then there's the academy awards. The Iranian director of "The salesman," saying he can't attend the academy awards. The tech industry in California, fighting back as well. Saying the new immigration regulations make it difficult on current employees, and hard to attract new ones. Tom? Jim, thank you. Overseas, we're learning about the death of an American
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