"Our Cuba policy is governed by two principles. First, support for democracy and human rights - that will be at the core of our efforts. Second is Americans, especially Cuban Americans, are the best ambassadors for freedom in Cuba. So we'll review the Trump administration policies," she said.
If there is any change, the U.S. policy toward the Cuban revolution could acquire similar characteristics to the one implemented by the government of President Barack Obama (2009-2017).
A few days before leaving office, Trump reinforced the economic blockade against Cuba and placed this country on the U.S. blacklist of state sponsors of terrorism.
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