How will the Trump Administration’s Cuba policy impact the 2020 election? Florida is a key swing state and even small margins can make the difference between winning and losing. Soledad is joined by Cuba expert, Frank Mora from Florida International University, for his insight on what motivates Cuban-American voters at the polls.

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