I also saw tighter sanctions were imposed on Cuba since Trump's presidency:
Cuba has been hit with new U.S.-imposed restrictions, which have, in effect, tightened the sanctions on the largest island in the Caribbean.
The move is part of U.S. President Donald Trump's campaign pledge to overturn rapprochement efforts initiated by his predecessor, Barack Obama.
Scheduled to take effect on Thursday, the changes will prevent U.S. trade with and travel to the Caribbean island. In a prepared statement, the U.S. Treasury Department said it will "expand the list of Cuban government officials barred from transactions as well as set policy to deny exports to prohibited Cuban entities.”
Commercial transactions and most travel arrangements made prior to the changes will be permitted by the United States, according to Reuters.
https://www.telesurtv.net/english/news/ ... -0021.html
I read somewhere that close to 75% of Americans want the US to lift the blockade. What do Americans here think? What will people like @jimjam who likes to visit Cuba, do now that Trump is banning Americans from visiting?
I still plan to visit Cuba at the beginning of next year and I kind of feel/hope none of this shit affects me since I have a British passport which I travel with anyhow, but I wonder what is the case for Americans who want to visit while the situation remains as it is or as it was before these new sanctions.