Although Donald Trump and Fidel Castro shares a lot of similarities here is what Trump has to say after Castro’s death news was released. Mr Trump, president elect, in a recent statement said that while Cuba remained “a totalitarian island, it is my hope that today marks a move away from the horrors endured for too long, and toward a future in which the wonderful Cuban people finally live in the freedom they so richly deserve”.
Brief Lifeline of Fidel Castro
In 1926 Castro was Born in the south-eastern Oriente Province of Cuba. Imprisoned in 1953 after leading an unsuccessful rising against Batista’s regime. He was released from the prison in 1955 and in 1956 With Che Guevara, begins a guerrilla war against the government 1959 he defeats Batista and sworn in as prime minister of Cuba In 1961 he was involved in fights off CIA-sponsored Bay of Pigs invasion by Cuban exiles. Counting down to 1962 Sparks Cuban missile crisis by agreeing that USSR can deploy nuclear missiles in Cuba. In 1976 he was elected from prime minister to president by Cuba’s National Assembly. And in 1992 he reaches an agreement with US over Cuban refugees. In 2008 he hands over reins to brother Raul due to health issues, stands down as president two years later.
Fact: United States of America Voted 10 Presidents during the reign span of Fidel Castro
Fidel Castro ruled from 1959-2008 after he was succeed by his brother.
Fidel Castro was called a clenched detective leader
Reports are saying that Cubans all over the world have mixed feelings about Castro’s death as some people are really happy that he finally exited Cuba and this calls for celebration, while others considers it a time to mourn their fallen hero.
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