President Barack Obama announced Thursday that he will visit the island of Cuba in March, becoming the first sitting U.S. president to travel there in almost 90 years.
Obama made the announcement via a series of tweets, in which he said the United States and Cuba still have differences and that he will highlight those differences during the visit.
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