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When I visited Cuba in December, the Cubans and Americans I met were all optimistic about the continued thawing of relations between the two countries following Barack Obama’s historic easing of restrictions.

But, leave it to Donald Trump to make that one more thing on the list of everything he is massively screwing up:

Trump said Cuba had secured far too many concessions from the U.S. but “now those days are over.”

Trump has ordered tighter restrictions on Americans travelling to Cuba and a clamp-down on U.S. business dealings with the Cuban military.

He said penalties on Cuba would remain in place until its government releases political prisoners, stops abusing dissidents and respects freedom of expression.

This makes me really sad on behalf of everyone affected.


If you picked this week, you may want to start mentally planning what you’re going to do with all the cash. The secrecy surrounding Castro’s condition would seem to indicate that he’s going from bad to worse.

Luckily for Fidel, he’s already managed to pass his revolutionary torch.

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More fawning over Castro


Love Castro. Hate Bush. Be popular. At least that seems to be the general idea for one soccer star: Argentine soccer hero Diego Maradona promised Cuban President Fidel Castro on Thursday he would be at the front of an anti-Bush march in Argentina next week. [ . . . ] “I think Bush is a […]

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