FILE - In this Dec. 26, 2014 file photo, a photograph of Fidel Castro hangs under the Spanish word "Welcome" on the wall at a state-run food market in Havana, Cuba. On Monday, Jan. 26, 2015, after more than a month of silence, Castro made his first public comments about the news that the U.S. and his island nation will restore diplomatic relations after more than 50 years of hostility. (AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa, File) (The Associated Press)
HAVANA, Cuba – Former Cuban leader Fidel Castro ended his long silence over his country's decision to restore diplomatic ties with the United States, writing that he backs the negotiations even though he distrusts politics in Washington.
Also read: Playoff mixes clarity with confusion
22:59 Trump speaks with Taiwanese president, a major break with decades of U.S. policy on China21
20:16 Trump supporters aggressively challenge Stein recount efforts in three states17
12:23 The Daily 202: Trump’s Midwest swing today is the unofficial kickoff of his 2020 reelection campaign12
00:34 Massive rally begins honoring Fidel Castro17