Reports: Trump to reverse Obama's Cuba policy | Arkansas Blog

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Reports: Trump to reverse Obama's Cuba policy

Posted By on Tue, May 30, 2017 at 7:16 AM

click to enlarge CUBA NO: Relaxed rules for U.S. tourism in Cuba may be reversed by Donald Trump.
  • CUBA NO: Relaxed rules for U.S. tourism in Cuba may be reversed by Donald Trump.
Donald Trump, according to anonymous sources, has told anti-Cuban senators that he will announce in June a reversal of President Obama's softer policies toward trade and relationships with Cuba.

Glad I got to visit while it was still easy.

But here's the thing: The business community and most Republican politicians in Arkansas favor more trade with Cuba because it is particularly beneficial to our huge agricultural industry.

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