The world is adjusting to President Trump.
And one of the things President Trump is going to change is Obama’s policy on Cuba.
As we reported previously, Chief of Staff Reince Priebus said this about U.S.-Cuba policy:
“Repression, open markets, freedom of religion, political prisoners — these things need to change in order to have open and free relationships,” Priebus said during an appearance on “Fox News Sunday.” “There’s going to have to be some movement from Cuba in order to have relationship with the United States.”
It looks like U.S. airlines are taking notice of the change in policy.
They’re already dropping flights to Communist Cuba.
“Airlines made history this summer when they launched the first scheduled commercial flights from the US to Cuba in more than 50 years, part of the thaw in relations between the US and the island. It already looks like too much too soon.
American Airlines this week said it plans to trim the number of flights it offers to Cuba from 13 a day to 10. Starting in mid-February, the airline will only operate one flight a day to Holguín, Varadero and Santa Clara from Miami instead of two.”
And Trump isn’t even President yet.
Just like all Presidents have said since the 1960s, Cuba will have to make changes to get U.S. business.
It’s back to freedom-supporting policies for the U.S.!