Clinton Calls for End to Cuban Embargo in Florida SpeechBrad Skillman
“The Cuba embargo needs to go, once and for all,” Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said, based on excerpts of speech planned at Florida International University today.
- “We should replace it with a smarter approach that empowers the Cuban private sector, Cuban civil society, and the Cuban-American community to spur progress and keep pressure on the regime.”
- Clinton calls on Republican leaders Boehner, McConnell to assist in passing legislation
- NOTE: July 29, Clinton to Call for Lifting Cuba Embargo in Friday Speech
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