Another foreign policy success story! https://t.co/aLfd3syxVL
— Pradheep Shanker MD (@Neoavatara) March 21, 2016
President Obama arrived in Cuba yesterday for a three-day visit. The White House, which calls the trip “historic,” has said that the Cuban leadership will have no say over which dissidents Obama meets with while in that country.
Reality suggests otherwise:
Definitely not the headline Obama was hoping for from his historic visit. pic.twitter.com/oSe8NiB0Ak
— Peter Baker (@peterbakernyt) March 21, 2016
Well isn’t that a stunner? Not really:
— Douglas Rogers (@douglasprogers) March 21, 2016
— Robert W. Elrod, Jr. (@RobertWElrodJr) March 21, 2016
Opening to Cuba good for Obama's legacy, but whether it helps Cubans is debatable. https://t.co/LV1qvKqG4H
— Uli Speck (@uli_speck) March 21, 2016
— Rob Neppell (@rneppell) March 21, 2016
— #TanLivesMatter (@Burgersareon) March 21, 2016
@peterbakernyt Not sure he understands implications. He thinks his visit alone will fix this.
— ThePeoplesBacon (@ThePeoplesBacon) March 21, 2016
.@peterbakernyt Just about every headline with Obama is not the one he was expecting.
— Hugh Brice (@hugh_brice) March 21, 2016