I’m not going to make this a detailed or well-researched blog post.
Rather, I’m asking a question in hopes of getting a conversation started: The Trump administration is rolling back efforts made by President Obama to open more doors between the U.S. and Cuba. Needless to say, there is skepticism about such a decision.
Cuba’s Communist past (and present) seems to not sit well with the current president
So, then please explain why he is so eager to maintain positive relations with China, and why he’s done nothing to rein in Americans who would want to visit that country?