At an event in Miami on Friday, President Donald Trump announced changes in U.S. foreign policy toward Cuba.

Trump said he is rolling back former President Barack Obama's steps towards normalization in U.S.-Cuba relations.

"With God's help, a free Cuba is what we will soon achieve," Trump said, declaring the Castro regime "barbaric." "Communism has destroyed every single nation where it has ever been tried."

"Effective immediately, I am cancelling the last administration's completely one-sided deal with Cuba," Trump said.

This will tighten restrictions on Americans traveling to Cuba and clamp down on U.S. business dealings with the island’s military.

It's a massive rollback of the loosened regulations that Obama introduced in a 2014 breakthrough agreement between the two former Cold War foes.

"Our embassy remains open in the hopes that our countries can forge a much stronger and better path," Trump said.

"May God bless everyone searching for freedom. May God bless Cuba. May God bless the United States of America. And may God bless you all."

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