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Corporate America speaks out against Donald Trump’s Muslim ban

Microsoft Chief Legal Officer Brad Smith said in a memo to staff that the company is working to help 76 employees who have been affected and stressed the need for immigration policies that “protect the public without sacrificing people’s freedom of expression or religion.
“The importance of protecting legitmate and law-abiding refugees whose very lives may be at stake in immigration proceedings,” Smith wrote.
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Donald Trump's 'Muslim ban' slammed by Corporate America

U.S. President Donald Trump’s order to temporarily suspend immigration from seven Muslim-majority countries and halt a Syrian refugee program last week has sparked protests across the country and spurred a backlash from numerous heads of industry.

Click through the gallery to see how some of America’s top business executives have responded to the “Muslim ban.”