When the former Secretary of State calls for lifting the Cuban embargo Friday, she’ll be the first major presidential candidate to go to Miami and forcefully advocate for engagement.
When Hillary Clinton calls on Congress to lift the Cuban embargo, she’ll try to make history in two ways Friday: she’ll be the first presidential candidate to make the demand in the heart of Miami’s Cuban-exile community and she’ll be exorcising a political ghost from her family’s past.
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