Under a scorching sun, Donald Trump promised in Miami on Wednesday to modify the new relationship with Cuba, canceling the current “agreement” with the island and putting pressure on the Havana regime to accept a new deal with the United States that would be fairer for the Opponents and exiles.
The Republican presidential candidate also promised that if he wins Tuesday’s election, his government will openly and strongly sympathize with opponents of the Cuba and Venezuela regimes, radically changing the current policy of President Barack Obama that is to improve the relationship with La Havana and not to criticize severely the government of Nicolás Maduro in Caracas.
Trump’s words to a campaign rally in the Bayfront Park amphitheater in front of the downtown skyscrapers to the west and the Bay of Biscayne to the east more openly marked Trump’s move toward a tougher policy against Raul Castro’s governments in Cuba And Maduro in Venezuela.
Initially, when Obama reestablished diplomatic relations with Havana, Trump hinted that he was not opposed – but then in one of the last primaries debates the real estate mogul declared for the first time as president he would be willing to back down with the new agreement With Cuba. Trump made this more clear when he visited Miami last week, the 2506 Assault Brigade that participated in the failed Bay of Pigs invasion in 1961 and then in an interview with well-known Cuban-American radio presenter Ninoska Pérez Castellón.