The Trump administration wants to announce Wednesday that it will allow US citizens to sue companies doing business in Cuba, according to a senior administration official.
Mark another break from Trump's predecessors who threaten upend relations with allies, the administration plans to enforce the 1996 rule of law known as Helms-Burton which allows the Cubans to flee Fidel Castro regime to sue firms using their former property on the island.
CUBA CITES LACK OF EVIDENCE IN MYSTERIOUS SONIC ATTACKS ON DIPLOMATS  Every president since Bill Clinton has suspended the law section to allow such cases as they can get angry companies from US-allied countries ̵
The official administration official said that the waiver was gone. The officer spoke on condition of anonymity before the official announcement.
Trump's administration provided plans to terminate the waiver. Take a step back on retaliation for Cuba's support within Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, who is trying the US to overthrow favor with opposition leader Juan Guaido.
White House National Security Adviser John Bolton's plan to deliver a speech to Miami – home to thousands of exiles and immigrants from Cuba, Venezuela and Nicaragua – criticizes governments as a "troika of oppression."
The speech at the Bay of Pigs Veterans Association announced on the United States '58th anniversary' 1961 attacks of the island, an attempt to overthrow the Cuban government.
Fox News & # 39; Kellianne Jones and The Associated Press contributed to this report.