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Changing tides of U.S. policy may sink Cuban tourism hopes

Clip: 08/07/2017 | 7m 56s | Video has closed captioning.

Since President Obama loosened U.S. travel restrictions, Cubans have been waiting and making room for an American invasion they have long yearned for: tourists. In June, President Trump announced he would undo some key aspects of the diplomatic thaw, including enforcing the ban on tourism, with some exceptions. Miles O’Brien reports on the effect on both Cubans and Americans.

Aired: 08/07/17

Rating: NR

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