Transcript for Trump's Election Casts Uncertainty on Future of US-Cuban Relations
Any possible change from the white house is introducing uncertainty into the relations between the U.S. And Cuba. Just last March, closer ties were marked with the president's visit here. Since then, U.S. Tourism has stepped up. Hotels, airlines, stepping up their plans. Jim Avila on what's at stake right now. Reporter: A Sunday afternoon game of dominoes on the porch in Havana. Bars and nightclubs are closed for the Cubans until after the funeral. The visitors have noticed. Missing all the music which we know is such a big part of the culture. Reporter: Tourism up 12% in the first half of this year. Starting Monday, American airlines flies from Miami, united from Newark and delta from Atlanta. Bringing the total number of direct flights to more than 100. Fidel's death unlikely to cool the warming relationship between the U.S. And Cuba. But the freeze could come from the north if president-elect Donald Trump follows through on that campaign warning. We will cancel Obama's one-sided Cuban deal made by executive order if we don't get the deal we want and the deal that people living in Cuba and here deserve. Reporter: This Havana family, watching special programming today on Cuban TV. Reporter: They say they are on alert because of trump's hardline statements. And Jim is with us tonight. You've covered Cuba for decades now. I've heard from so many people here today, they have uncertainty when it comes to president-elect trump, and whether it will halt what they've already seen here. The death of Fidel Castro, not having much to do with what happens here. Castro is viewed as a grandpa, an old man that didn't have much to do with their daily lives. But Donald Trump, they're on
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