International student visa rule change poses risk to college debt market

California has become the first state to sue the Trump Administration over a plan to revoke the visas of international students at colleges that are offering only online instruction in the fall. The policy doesn't just threaten to upend the lives of nearly a million students, it could also be disastrous for the schools' finances. CNBC's Scott Cohn breaks down the college debt market for some clues about how bad it could be.
Fri, Jul 10 20208:46 AM EDT