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A Hope To Normalize Cuban Relations Ahead Of Obama's Landmark Visit
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A Hope To Normalize Cuban Relations Ahead Of Obama's Landmark Visit

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A Hope To Normalize Cuban Relations Ahead Of Obama's Landmark Visit

A Hope To Normalize Cuban Relations Ahead Of Obama's Landmark Visit
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President Obama will be the first sitting U.S. president to visit Cuba since 1928. Rachel Martin talks with White House Correspondent Scott Horsley about the trip.

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