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Trump’s Intention To Rollback U.S.-Cuba Policy Has Bipartisan Support

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The Daily Caller reported Monday that President Trump will rollback President Obama’s Cuba policy and the shift in policy is bipartisan in nature:

“Two sources told TheDC that the development is due to the behind-the-scenes efforts of Republican Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, Democratic New Jersey Sen. Bob Menendez and Republican Florida Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart.

This information coming from an anti-embargo group, which spoke on the condition of anonymity, was confirmed Sunday by John Kavulich of the nonpartisan U.S.-Cuba Trade and Economic Council. “The Trump Administration has been ‘ready’ since February 2017 to announce changes, but issues unrelated to Cuba have intervened,” Kavulich said.”

On Wednesday morning, CNN added more details about this policy shift, reporting that it could happen as early as June, although it reported that “Trump is not expected to reverse all of the Obama changes.” As per CNN:

“But, current and former US officials say, Trump is looking to make a symbolic gesture that will fulfill his campaign promises to conservative Cuban-American voters and anti-Castro members of Congress without closing the door on Cuba’s emerging market for US businesses.

To read the full story:  http://www.latinorebels.com/2017/05/31/trump-ready-to-change-us-cuba-policy-and-his-decision-has-bipartisan-support/

One Response to Trump’s Intention To Rollback U.S.-Cuba Policy Has Bipartisan Support

  1. bessy says:

    Como todo lo de Trump. He talks about bringing jobs well lots of transportation jobs and others will be lost in the tourist industry if they roll back the opening created by Obama. Rubio, and the Cubans in Congress do not care about continuing to punish the Cuban people. Let’s hope that like other things Trump he will change his mind, or Bannon will look at job losses and tell him to change his mind

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