Former President Donald Trump blasted former President Barack Obama this week for once attending a baseball game with Cuban dictator Raul Castro and supporting him as the “Communist Cuban Government” “imprisoned, beat, and slaughtered the Cuban people.”
In a statement in which he extended solidarity to the Cuban people, Trump added, “Remember when Obama attended baseball games with the Castros as they imprisoned, beat, and slaughtered the Cuban people?” “I fully support the Cuban people in their quest for independence.”
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“Big protests are erupting in Cuba and Miami in opposition to the Communist Cuban government,” says one source.
In the same message, Trump urged Americans to remember that President Joe Biden and the Democrats “campaigned on altering my extremely harsh approach on Cuba” last year.
Trump stated, “The government must allow them to speak and be free.” “Joe Biden must confront the Communist regime or history will remember him. The Cuban people are entitled to liberty and human rights! THEY ARE NOT FRIGHTENED!”
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In March 2016, while still president, Obama and Castro attended an exhibition baseball game in Cuba between the Cuban national team and the Tampa Bay Rays. Before the game, Obama and Castro even did the “wave” together.
President Obama does the wave with Castro before baseball game in Cuba -> pic.twitter.com/NQRyQ0TxJc
— Charlie Spiering (@charliespiering) March 22, 2016
According to The Sun, eek about the economic crisis, shortages, and sanctions. On Monday, Biden issued a statement in which he stated that the United States “stands firmly” with the Cuban people.
“The Cuban people are standing up for fundamental and universal rights with courage. Those rights, including the right to peaceful protest and the freedom to choose their own destiny, must be protected, according to Biden.
“The US urges the Cuban leadership to listen to its people and satisfy their needs at this critical time rather than enriching itself.”
Later, Biden said that Cuba had not seen “something like these protests in a long, long time, if ever.”
He stated, “The United States stands solidly with the people of Cuba as they assert their universal rights.” “We also urge the Cuban authorities to avoid from using violence to stifle the voices of the Cuban people.”
On July 13, 2021, James Samson wrote this piece. It was first published in LifeZette and is reprinted with permission.