Raul Castro publicly excoriated the United States in a press event on Monday. In response, President Obama said he ‘welcomed’ the criticisms.
During a press event televised live on Monday in Havana, Cuba, Raul Castro publicly excoriated the United States over its double standards regarding human rights. In response, President Obama said he “welcomed” the criticisms.
“There are profound differences between our countries that will not go away,” Castro said after chiding the United States for its “double standards” on human rights by keeping detainees in Guantanamo Bay and its policies on health care, education, and equal pay.