‘We Challenge Cuba’: Trump Changes Obama’s Deal

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 Miami, June 16 (CBS).─ Surrounded by Cuban dissidents and U.S. lawmakers, President Donald Trump signed off on changes to the United States’ policy with Cuba – a move meant to empower the Cuban people as opposed to enriching the Castro regime.

The president had vowed to undo parts of President Barack Obama’s policy that restored relations with Cuba especially when it came to travel and business.

“I am cancelling the previous administration’s completely one-sided deal with Cuba,” said President Trump while in Miami’s Little Havana neighborhood. “Our policy will seek a much better deal for the Cuban people and for the United States of America…Our new policy begins with strictly enforcing U.S. law.”

Pres. Trumps visits HQ and Memorial of Bay of Pig's 2506 Brigade in Miami

Trump scolded the Castro regime, saying the previous administration’s policy was not helping the Cuban people but enriching the regime that suppressed their own people.

“America will expose the crimes of the Castro Regime….It is best for America to have freedom in our hemisphere,” said Trump ...

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