U.S. Sens. Claire McCaskill of Missouri (left), Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota and Mark Warner of Virginia spoke last Tuesday at a news conference in Havana, while visiting Cuba on a trip arranged by the Center for Democracy in the Americas, a nonprofit group that advocates lifting the U.S. embargo on trade with the island. Now back in the United States, McCaskill says some elements in Cuba may be undercutting efforts to normalize relations with the United States.
U.S. Sens. Claire McCaskill of Missouri (left), Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota and Mark Warner of Virginia spoke last Tuesday at a news conference in Havana, while visiting Cuba on a trip arranged by the Center for Democracy in the Americas, a nonprofit group that advocates lifting the U.S. embargo on trade with the island. Now back in the United States, McCaskill says some elements in Cuba may be undercutting efforts to normalize relations with the United States. Desmond Boylan The Associated Press
U.S. Sens. Claire McCaskill of Missouri (left), Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota and Mark Warner of Virginia spoke last Tuesday at a news conference in Havana, while visiting Cuba on a trip arranged by the Center for Democracy in the Americas, a nonprofit group that advocates lifting the U.S. embargo on trade with the island. Now back in the United States, McCaskill says some elements in Cuba may be undercutting efforts to normalize relations with the United States. Desmond Boylan The Associated Press

Claire McCaskill says U.S. overture to Cuba has Havana government worried

February 23, 2015 6:12 PM