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Senator Marco Rubio Rips President Obama Calling Him “Worst Negotiator” Since Jimmy Carter Over Cuba Deal

December 18, 2014  |  Posted by: Giovanni DePhillips
Senator Marco Rubio Rips President Obama Calling Him “Worst Negotiator” Since Jimmy Carter Over Cuba Deal Image courtesy of yellowhammernews.com

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Florida Senator Marco Rubio ripped into President Obama, calling him ‘the worst negotiator since Jimmy Carter’ after Wednesday’s announcement that the President has traded three Cuban spies, more open trade and more remittances in exchange for an imprisoned American aid worker.

The move caught many by surprise, in announcing the release of US AID worker Alan Gross. the President attached the release with an announcement of the beginning to  ‘regularize’ America’s relationship with Cuba, whom The United States have not had diplomatic relations with in over four decades and have maintained an economic embargo on Cuba since 1960.

An angry Rubio told Fox News’ America’s Newsroom:

‘All of these tyrants around the world know that the U.S. can be had, that it’s a pretty easy deal. Governments now know that, if they can take an American hostage, they can get very significant concessions from the United States’

The issue of Cuba is personal for the Florida senator, being that his parents fled the Castro regime-led Cuba to the United States.

Rubio says these moves do nothing to free the Cuban people:

‘This government controls every aspect of life in Cuba. Every single policy change the U.S. has ever made towards Cuba, whether it’s more travel, more person to person contact, more remittances, they have manipulated every single one of them and they will manipulate this as well.’

People have speculated what the President intended to accomplish in the last two years of his presidency however, This was not among them.

Rubio was happy about the aid worker’s release, but added  it now ‘puts a price on every American abroad.’

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