Trump No Fan of Obama’s Previous Deal with Cuba, Declares It’s Over

Donald Trump today announced that he would be rolling back yet another of former President Barack Obama’s one-sided international deals.

While Obama’s disastrous and dangerous “nuclear deal” with Iran would have been the first repeal on many Americans’ lists, the democratic demagogue created plenty of opportunities for Donald Trump to shine by merely reversing the damage done by the previous tenant on Pennsylvania Ave.  Today was no exception, as Trump announced that he would be repealing a deal made with Castro’s Cuba that lessened tourism restrictions and affected trade parameters.  Trump believes that the deal was a terribly detrimental arrangement, and that its reversal will benefit both Cuba and the United States.

“Barack Obama’s agreement with Raul Castro’s government led to an increase in violence and instability in the country, Trump said, and enriched the brutal communist regime that imprisons its own people.

“‘They fought for everything and we just didn’t fight hard enough, but now those days are over. Now we hold the cards. We now hold the cards,’ Trump said to the delight of Cuban exiles in Miami’s Little Havana community. ‘Therefore effective immediately, I am cancelling the last administration’s completely one-sided deal with Cuba.’

“Trump said the US will not negotiate a new deal with Cuba until it releases the political prisoners it claims it does not have, turns over fugitives from American justice, hands over military criminals, respects freedom of assembly and expression and holds free and fair elections.”

Cuba has long been at odds with the United States due to its communist roots and the murderous dictatorship of Fidel Castro.

The decision was announced during an appearance in Little Havana, a Cuban borough of South Florida and one of America’s most culturally diverse cities.  Cuban exiles, who experienced the brutality of the Castro regime firsthand before emigrating to the United States, were in attendance to support the President’s decision to no longer do business with the son of the dictator, who is currently in charge of the island nation.

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