Donald Trump's Line on Cuba Unsettles Latin America
Monday, 28 November 2016 U.S. President-elect Donald Trump’s threats to reverse the Obama administration’s re-engagement with Cuba could drive a new wedge between Washington and Latin America, a region already suspicious of the next American leader over his rhetoric on immigration and trade.
Florida Governor Rick Scott and President-elect Donald Trump spoke early Saturday morning to discuss a "pro-democracy movement in Cuba." Scott offered his state's assistance in any way possible to usher in a "new era" to the communist island that's only 90 miles away from the shores of Florida....
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