Trump administration finally bans Raul Castro from U.S.


It took a new president  and three years for the U.S. government publicly designate Cuban strongman Raul Castro and his family, banning them from ever entering the U.S. for “his involvement in corruption and gross violation of human rights.”

How was this even an issue?

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo made the announcement this week, prompting Senator Marco Rubio (R), a political nemesis of the Castros, to remark about the Trump administration’s decision.