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Recently President Obama made an historic trip to Cuba. As the first sitting U.S. president to visit Cuba since 1928, the President pledged to restore diplomacy and cooperation between the two countries. He met with Cuba’s president Raul Castro as well as anti-government activists, hoping to normalize relations with both Cuba’s leadership and citizens. Listen to hear more about how Obama’s visit represents a new page in U.S.-Cuban relations.
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AIR DATE: 03/22/2016