Protesters clashed in front of the White House due to the Cuban crisis and asked Biden to increase pressure


Protesters gathered in front of the White House today. The demonstrators called on the president Joe Biden Take action in Cuba.

The focus of the protests was Cuba’s demand for freedom, calling on the government to support Cuba’s freedom through government pressure.

Many of the demonstrators present were of Cuban descent and arrived at the gate of the White House after departing from Florida. Miami herald Report. Some in the crowd said that the turmoil in Cuba was not only due to a lack of medical supplies, but also from a lack of freedom.

The focus of the protests was Cuba’s demand for freedom, calling on the government to support Cuba’s freedom through government pressure. On July 18, people held flags during the protests, expressing their support for Cubans to protest their government in front of the White House in Washington, DC
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On July 11, protests broke out in Cuba in response to the island’s communist regime’s handling of the COVID-19 pandemic.Cuban citizen Published news Social media criticized the government for focusing on tourism investment rather than health care.

Republicans joined the protest, representing Mario Diaz-Bharat, Maria Elvira Salazar, Carlos Jimenez, Dan Crenshaw, Nicole Mariotta Keith, Michael McCall, Michael Waltz and Victoria Spatz, Miami herald Report. Senator Rickscott of Florida also attended the meeting and issued the following statement on the issue.

In a statement on his website, he said: “As the people rise to condemn the oppressive communist rule that has brought destruction to their country for more than 60 years, the Cuban Communist regime is shaking with fear.” Freedom fighters stood together, they took to the streets, determined to regain their freedom and end the Castro dictatorship.”

This is a developing story and will be updated as more information becomes available.

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