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Biden bends to Miami in his policy on Cuba

Biden bends to Miami in his policy on Cuba

Mexico, Jul 14 (Prensa Latina) United States President Joe Biden is subordinated to the counterrevolutionaries in Miami in his policy towards Cuba and defies the consensus of the international community, La Jornada newspaper denounced on Wednesday.
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In an extensive analysis by its correspondent in New York, David Brooks, the newspaper indicates that the US president reverted to the antiquated rhetoric of the Cold War in his policy towards Havana by reiterating his position expressed on Monday, in support to the destabilizing actions sponsored from Miami.

It adds that anti-Castro advocates flooded mass media with many of them demanding a US military intervention in Cuba, including Mayor Francis Suarez, who tweeted that the people in Miami are desperate for a US military action.

Shortly after, in an interview with Fox News, Suarez suggested that ‘a joint military action’ including ‘air strikes’ against Cuba would be included, using as an example the invasion to Panama (in 1964) among others, Brooks informs.

Since Biden became president, the newspaper adds, he and his team had tried to avoid addressing that issue and only commented that it was being ‘assessing’ but warned that ‘Biden is not Obama’ regaring the policy on Cuba, with which they indicated that the normalization policy would not be retaken as the president had promised during his election campaign.


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