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Question: Does the Kerry administration care if I want to take a trip to Cuba some time?
—Portland, Ore., May 25, 2004
Well, since there isn't a Kerry administration yet—I believe that, I have said this publicly, that I think that—I'm not for lifting the embargo. I think we ought to keep the embargo in place. I think we ought to continue to find ways to push Castro to change. But I am in favor of allowing cultural exchanges and travel.
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