People wait for visas outside the United States embassy in Havana, Cuba, the day after Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump defeated Democrat Hillary Clinton in the U.S. general election Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2016. Trump's victory caused concern in Cuba, over his threat to roll back President Barack Obama's normalization of relations unless Cuban President Raul Castro agrees to more political freedoms.
People wait for visas outside the United States embassy in Havana, Cuba, the day after Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump defeated Democrat Hillary Clinton in the U.S. general election Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2016. Trump's victory caused concern in Cuba, over his threat to roll back President Barack Obama's normalization of relations unless Cuban President Raul Castro agrees to more political freedoms. Desmond Boylan AP
People wait for visas outside the United States embassy in Havana, Cuba, the day after Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump defeated Democrat Hillary Clinton in the U.S. general election Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2016. Trump's victory caused concern in Cuba, over his threat to roll back President Barack Obama's normalization of relations unless Cuban President Raul Castro agrees to more political freedoms. Desmond Boylan AP

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