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. >> there is no fresh bread or meat on sale only goods from china and russia. >> the nation was a constant thorn in the side of the u.s. and it lent cuba a romantic mystique. and celebrities in hollywood spoke highly of fidel. and praised the socialized health care system. and bill deblasio travelled to havana for his honeymoon. but no american president from iceeb be hour to george w. bush altered the policy. and then came president obama who promised to transform america. whether or not he succeeded is a judgment call but there is little question now he fundmentally transformed our relations with cub a. when we return, we look closer at the island nation romanticized by many in the world and what are the realities? we go inside of cuba and meet a man willing to put his freedom on the line to speak with us. you only know in a fire to get out, to escape and now ok you are outside and you are safe but what do you do now and that's where the red cross came in... . we ran out of the house just wearing our pajamas. at that point just to even have a toothbrush that i could call my own was so im
. >> supermarkets. there is no fresh bread or meat on sale only jars and tins of goods from red china and russia. >> throughout the decades this small communist nation was a constant thorn in the side of the u.s. its defiance lent cuba a certain romantic -- hollywood celebrities spoke highly of fidel. liberal politician bill de blasio travelled to havana for his honeymoon. no american president on the left to the right seriously alterred the embargo policy. and then came president obama who promised to fundamentally transform america. whether or not he succeeded is a judgment call. there can be little question now these has fundamentally transformed our relations with cuba. >>> we take a closer look at this island nation, romanticized by many around the world, but what are the realities? we go inside cuba and meet a man who was willing to put his freedom on the line to speak with us. edom on the line to speak with us. no super-slow-motion footage of trucks splashing through the mud. no cowboy hats, horses or hay bales. just a ram 3500 that head to head can out-tow ford's f-350 by more
embargo waxed and wayned. >> there is no fresh bread or meat on sale only jars from red china and russia. >> through out the decades this small communist nation was a constant thorn in the side of the u.s. it's defiance lent cuba a certain romantic mystic. hollywood celebrities spoke highly of fidel and progressives praised the socialized healthcare system. now new york city mayor bill deblasio traveled to havana for the honeymoon in 1994. no american president on the left or the right from eisenhower to george w. bush seriously altered the embargo policy. and then came president obama who promised to fundamentally transform america. whether or not he succeeded is a judgment call. there can be little question now he's fundamentally transformed our relations with cuba. >> when we return we take a closer look at the island nation remant sizeed by -- row mantized by many around the world. we go inside cuba and meet a man who was willing to put his freedom on the line to speak with us. >> [ male announcer ] after john huntsman was diagnosed with cancer, he founded huntsman cancer inst
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