Sat Jun 17, 2017 06:36AM
US President Donald Trump speaks about policy changes he is making toward Cuba at the Manuel Artime Theater in the Little Havana neighborhood on June 16, 2017 in Miami, Florida. (Photo by AFP)
US President Donald Trump speaks about policy changes he is making toward Cuba at the Manuel Artime Theater in the Little Havana neighborhood on June 16, 2017 in Miami, Florida. (Photo by AFP)
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Gloria La Riva, an analyst with the ANSWER Coalition from San Francisco, says US President Donald Trump’s decision to cancel parts of the deal reached with Cuba under his predecessor, Barack Obama, is a blow to Washington-Havana normalization efforts.

The Trump government is responsible for the “failure” of the normalization process, La Riva told Press TV on Saturday.

The US president’s policy rollback is a “real blow” to the two nations’ desire for friendship, stressing that “this goes entirely against the will of the American people.”