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Many Cuban exiles embrace Trump policy but want more
Many Cuban exiles in Miami are embracing the changes President Donald Trump is making to his predecessor's policies of engagement with the communist island but some want even more
President Trump announces changes to Obama's Cuba policy
And good afternoon the president president crop and the vice president of traveling along with him are in. Miami Florida at this moment they flew there earlier today were the president. That's going to be announcing. The new US policy toward Cuba including some. Major changes in the travel policy
Trump to announce plan to stop cash flow to Cuban military
White House says President Donald Trump plans to announce a revised Cuba policy that's aimed at stopping the flow of U.S. cash to the country's military and security services.
Cubans brace for worst as Trump takes aim at Obama opening
President Trump is expected to give America's Cuba policy its second major change in three years during an appearance in Miami on Friday, reviving the Cold War goal of starving Cuba's communist system of cash
The history of presidents conducting secret White House recordings
Following his firing of James Comey, on Friday morning President Trump warned the now former FBI director on Twitter that he “better hope that were are no ‘tapes’ of our conversations before he starts leaking to the press.” When asked if Trump had recorded his conversations with the former FBI
A Look at Fidel Castro's Controversial Legacy in Cuba
For almost five decades, Communist revolutionary Fidel Castro ruled the island nation of Cuba and was a thorn in the side of some United States presidents who viewed his tyrannical military state as a near and present threat to freedom in the Western world. Under his leadership, the small country
Cubans Mourn the Passing of Fidel Castro
Take a look back at the leader who defied U.S. presidents for five decades and supported revolutions around the globe.
Fidel Castro Dead at 90: A Timeline of US-Cuba Relations
Fidel Castro 's rule of Cuba began in 1959 -- when he became the island nation's prime minister -- until 2008, when he transferred power to his brother, Raul Castro . Tensions between Cuba and the U.S. had been fraught for decades before Castro's reign, however, and those tensions had a role in
Cuban-Americans Fill the Streets of Miami's Little Havana to Celebrate Fidel Castro's Death
For more than five decades, Florida has been the first place that Cubans would touch down when fleeing their country. Last night, thousands of men and women of Cuban descent poured into the streets of Miami's Little Havana to celebrate Fidel Castro 's death. On Calle Ocho, the main thoroughfare of
Fidel Castro's Death Highlights Historic Rift in US, Cuba Relations
ABC News' Jim Avila and Martha Raddatz report the latest news on the Cuban dictator's death.