How should the White House Respond to the Death of Fidel Castro?
Fidel Castro, the former President of Cuba, died about 10:30 pm on 11/25/2016. He was the target of several CIA operations during his lifetime and is accused of numerous counts of human rights violations. He was not supportive of renewed relations between the US and Cuba earlier in 2015. Should the White House acknowledge his passing? If so, how?
Not have official representation at his funeral. Let Cubans who want to mourn do so. We didn't "pay court" to start normalizing. We surely don't need to mourn, or appear to, over his horrendous misdeeds (and that is putting it mildly.) God gave him time to repent. He will now judge him.
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