Communist atrocities, we will no longer be silent: Trump
Speaking in Miami, Mr Trump announced orders to impose severe restrictions on Americans travelling to Cuba, the US has implemented strict regulations on business transactions. He declared, “the former president’s policies on Cuba, worst misleading ‘
President Donald Trump announced Friday a few policy initiatives of his predecessor, Barack Obama ‘withdraw’ What, of that which was called for the purpose out of half of Cuba a century and relationships with was restored.
He said ‘we will not be silent and Communist atrocities.
Speaking in Miami, Mr Trump said: “We will impose restrictions on tourism, and the island will continue to ban trade with the country’s military establishment, GA ESA ‘, which called for it is estimated that the company controls more than half of the economy of Cuba.
Mr Trump announced orders to impose severe restrictions on Americans travelling to Cuba, the US has implemented strict regulations on business transactions.
He declared, “the former president’s policies on Cuba, worst and misleading ‘.
Trump has also signed a presidential decree, which has been taken back to some parts of the historical pronouncements of communist rule in the country. In 2014 diplomatic relations were restored between the two countries, which had been the enemy of the long border war.
However, Trump US embassy re-opening orders in the US are continuing several steps away, as Havana, although he said that on the promise hardline policy with Cuba during his campaign.
Cuban Americans in Miami, called “Little Havana”, addressing the gathering applauding, Trump said that ‘the time has come that we will not remain silent and Communist atrocities. The Republican Party also attended by Senator Marco Rubio of Florida, who helped to develop new sanctions against Cuba.
The harsh criticism against Cuban President Fidel Castro’s government rule, Trump announced that ‘I immediately cancel the agreement unilaterally applied by the previous administration.
Earlier, White House officials said they had told reporters Thursday evening that the new regulations will be formulated in policy, that produce better results in implementing them.