Following President Trump's Cuba announcement in Miami last Friday, Republican Members of Congress came out opposing President Trump's directive to tighten regulations on U.S. travel to and trade with Cuba.
On the eve of President Trump's reported rollback of Cuba policy, a coalition of conservative advocacy organizations, led by Grover Norquist's Americans for Tax Reform, sent the President an open letter urging against a potential reversal of current policies that expanded travel to and trade with Cuba.
Today, 55 Cuban female entrepreneurs sent a letter to Ivanka Trump seeking her support for U.S. policies that have empowered Cuban women and their families across the island.
"Our new Cuba policy has boosted the economy, created American jobs, strengthened U.S. national security and empowered the Cuban people. Tightening these restrictions would hurt the Cuban people and add new job-killing regulations on U.S. companies, the opposite of President Trump's 'America First' agenda."