You haven’t had quite enough of this asshole yet?
On Wednesday, the Trump administration announced new measures to roll back the Obama-era normalization of relations with Cuba. The changes include unspecified new travel restrictions and an unprecedented decision to allow private lawsuits against foreign companies over the Cuban government’s expropriation of property in the 1950s.
“The Department of the Treasury will implement further regulatory changes to restrict non-family travel to Cuba,” Bolton said. “These new measures will help steer American dollars away from the Cuban regime or its military and security services, who control the tourism industry in Cuba.”
The new measures include further restrictions on individual “people-to-people exchanges” for non-family tourist visitors to Cuba. This form of travel will still be allowed for American tourists accompanied by U.S.-based, authorized sponsors, like cruise ship operators. Read on.