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MIAMI (CBSMiami) — President Donald Trump is making a stop in South Florida next week, expected to make an announcement on U.S.-Cuba policy.

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Marc Caputo, a senior writer with Politico Florida, revealed that Friday afternoon while taping a segment for CBSMiami’s “Facing South Florida with Jim DeFede.”

In 2014, President Barack Obama opened the doors between the neighboring nations following decades of a non-relationship. Millions of American travel dollars were spent on the island, funneling money into the hands of an entrepreneurial Cuban middle-class independent of the communist state. Private bed-and-breakfasts listed on Airbnb popped up on the island and the Cuban people are now surfing the internet.

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President Trump has faced pressure from Cuban-American legislators and lobbyists to fulfill a campaign promise undoing Obama’s deal with Cuba. CBS News reported the Trump administration may announce a new policy prohibiting business with the Cuban military while keeping the full diplomatic relations Obama restored.

However, he may also be considering tightening restrictions on traveling to Cuba.

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Under current policy, Americans can visit Cuba for “people-to-people” educational trips.