The Trump administration plans to delay and then scrap a rule allowing foreign entrepreneurs to enter the U.S. to build companies, the San Francisco Chronicle reports, citing an anonymous administration official.
Axios previously reported that Trump's initial executive order draft (which ended up not being released) would have called for restricting access for foreign founders. It's not surprising that the administration moved forward with finding a way to make good on that idea, even if it wasn't addressed in the final executive order.
Timing: Ironically, the report of plans to scrap the International Entrepreneur Rule comes as tech leaders are in Washington to meet with White House officials. Immigration was one of the topics Trump addressed with tech CEOs earlier this week, as it has been a major source of tension between Silicon Valley and the administration.