Senators Rand Paul and Marco Rubio are divided on Obama's plan to normalize relations with Cuba.
Two leading Republican senators and presidential hopefuls have taken opposing views of the White House’s new policy to normalize ties with the communist regime, setting the stage for a foreign policy debate that could shape the party’s 2016 presidential primaries.
In his year-ending press conference today, President Obama called first on Politico reporter Carrie Budoff Brown who is soon moving to Europe. “I think what Belgium needs is some, uh, version of Politico," the president said.
On Nov. 21, during a Christian Science Monitor breakfast with Washington reporters, top Obama advisor Dan Pfeiffer was asked whether the president was considering a review of Cuba policy. Pfeiffer said he knew of no changes.