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Cuba / Castro Death #1104664

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Nov 27, 2016
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(Havana: David Muir) The death of Cuban dictator Fidel Castro featured; scenes shown from Havana of the classic cards, historical footage of Castro & his Cuba, Barbara Walters with Castro at the Bay of Pigs, President John F. Kennedy about the missiles, a store in Havana, President Obama visiting Cuba, the Plaza of the Revolution. [In ABC interview, OBAMA - says the time is right for change.] [American TOURIST - hopes for a better life for Cubans.] [Rice University TOURIST - comments.]

(Havana: David Muir) Report introduced.

(Miami: Gio Benitez) The sounds of celebration in the Cuban-American community in Miami featured; scenes shown from Little Havana of the Cuban exiles partying. [Cuban American Gladys FALCON†- talks about the future.] [Cuban American Vivian URBIETA†- speaks about conditions under Raul Castro.] [Miami-Dade County commissioner Rebeca SOSA†- reacts about her family in Cuba.]

(Havana: David Muir) Report introduced.

(White House: Jonathan Karl) The clash over Castro between President Obama & President-elect Donald Trump examined; Trump Tweets & Obama quoted. [In campaign, TRUMP - says we will cancel Obama's Cuba deal.] Yesterday's Trump-Obama phone call discussed.

(Havana: David Muir) Photo of Obama with Cuban President Raul Castro shown.

(Havana: Jim Avila) The future for US-Cuba relations after Castro featured; scenes shown from Havana; details given about Amercan tourism, concerns about Trump's hardline. [TOURIST - comments.] [In campaign, TRUMP - says we will cancel Obama's Cuba deal.]

Reporter(s):
Muir, David;
Benitez, Gio;
Karl, Jonathan;
Avila, Jim
Duration:
00:12:00

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