The U.S. State Department has confirmed that 16 Americans working in the U.S. embassy in Havana, Cuba, were victims of some sort of attack by an unknown source.
The State Department is not accusing the Cuban regime of the attack, but who else would be to blame for the unprovoked attack against Americans in Cuba?
With Fidel Castro dead, let’s not forget that it was President Obama, who in a desperate attempt to “normalize” relations with the communist regime, reopened the embassy and eased travel restrictions to the island.
If anyone is to blame for this attack against Americans, its the former president.
Harassment of U.S. diplomats in Cuba used to be routine. Their homes were broken into and messed up, and they were regularly tailed when they went out. But reports of diplomats being physically harmed were rare.-Washington Post
Senator Marco Rubio (R), who is Mr. Anti-Cuba, believes that the cuban government could be “held accountable” for the attack.
But what can, or will President Trump do to Cuba in light of alleged attack against US diplomats?
If it is proven that the Cuban government was responsible for the attack, the Trump administration could treat the aggression as an act of war.
According to the State Department, an attack against any US embassy, is a direct attack against the sovereignty of the United States of America.
International rules do not allow representatives of the host country to enter an embassy without permission –even to put out a fire — and designate an attack on an embassy as an attack on the country it represents.-state.gov