Jorge Mas

Cuban American National Foundation

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Chairman of the Board of the Cuban American National Foundation, a Cuban exile organization dedicated to the promotion of a democratic Cuba; son of Jorge Mas Canosa, a well known anti-Castro critic and lobbyist, deemed a "counter-revolutionary" by the Cuban government

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President Obama says isolation and punishment have not forced Communist Cuba to change, so he’s reversing 50 years of diplomatic policy.

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President Obama says isolation and punishment have not forced Communist Cuba to change, so he’s reversing 50 years of diplomatic policy.

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