Trump’s New Cuba Travel Ban for U.S. Tourists Severely Limits Options

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Tourists take selfies with an iconic image of Cuba’s revolutionary hero Ernesto “Che” Guevara in the background, at Revolution Square near the Ministry of Interior in Havana, Cuba, Sunday, Nov. 27, 2016. Cuba’s government declared nine days of national mourning after Cuban leader Fidel Castro died Friday and this normally vibrant city has been notably subdued. As Cuba prepares a massive commemoration for Castro, tens of thousands of high-season travelers have found themselves accidental witnesses to history and in the middle of a somber city that’s little like its usual exuberant self. Desmond Boylan / AP

Skift Take: Trump has been threatening to reverse Obama’s engagement with Cuba for a while, and Tuesday’s travel ban to the island certainly re-enforces the view that he is the Anti-Tourism President.

— Isaac Carey

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