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Following the death of Cuban dictator Fidel Castro, Campus Reform spoke to college students about who they view more favorably: Castro or U.S. President-elect Donald Trump.

Several of the students interviewed at American University in Washington, D.C., said it was a "tough question" and declined to name which leader they view more favorably.

Others, however, said they prefer Castro to Trump.

“I mean, right now I don’t think Donald Trump is very good, and I know that Fidel Castro has done some good things for the world, so I’d say he’s proven himself, at least in the long term, to be more favorable,” one student said, pointing to Castro's health care reforms.

“I would say, like at this very moment, I have a better opinion of Fidel Castro,” another said.

One student asserted that if the policies of the Trump administration are anything like what he promised on the campaign trail, then "Fidel Castro will absolutely have been a better leader to the Cuban people than Trump will be to the U.S."

Watch the Campus Reform video above, and let us know what you think in the comments.


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