Once the death of former Cuba President [and brutal communist dictator] Fidel Castro occurred and the news broke loose, Cuban-Americans took to the streets of Miami, Florida and celebrated the death of the man that made so many Cubans’ lives a LIVING HELL!
MSNBC reporter Mariana Atencio talked with many Cuban-Americans and apparently, the Cuban-Americans cannot believe the praise that Fidel Castro is receiving from certain world leaders.
“… they [Cuban-Americans] are especially hurt and ashamed, one even used the word ‘humiliated’, by President Obama’s statement … the President calling Castro a singular figure who had enormous impact, but didn’t really use the word ‘dictator’.”-MSNBC reporter Mariana Atencio
To view President Obama’s statement, in response to Fidel Castro’s death, click here. After reading, you will see why many Cuban-Americans are very upset with the President.
MSNBC reporter Mariana Atencio also said that many Cuban-Americans were praising the President-elect’s response, and said that they commend President-elect Trump for condemning Fidel Castro’s actions.
To view President-elect Trump’s statement, in response to Fidel Castro’s death, click here. After reading, you will see why many Cuban-Americans are very happy with the President-elect.
So after all of this hullabaloo and after many people calling out President Obama and VP Biden, demanding that they REJECT any invitation to attend Fidel Castro’s funeral, President Obama and VP Biden have finally made a clear and concise statement about the matter … well, Obama and Biden didn’t but White House spokesman Josh Earnest made it clear and concise. Josh Earnest told media [earlier today] that President Obama and Vice President Biden will not attend … but sadly, Josh Earnest did not rule out the potential of Secretary of State John Kerry going to Fidel Castro’s funeral.
“I don’t want to lead you to conclude that the Secretary of State is considering attending. What I want to lead you to conclude is that we’ll have an announcement as soon as we can get one out about a delegation, if there is one.”-Josh Earnest [White House spokesman]
Interesting statement. We shall see if the Sec. of State, John Kerry, [or anyone else that represents our government] attends the funeral of the brutal dictator, Fidel Castro.