President Donald Trump is expected to announce his Cuba policy in Miami Friday afternoon – but one thing already certain is the traffic jam that awaits drivers in downtown and around the airport.
President Donald Trump is expected to announce his Cuba policy in Miami Friday afternoon – but one thing already certain is the traffic jam that awaits drivers in downtown and around the airport. Miami Herald File
President Donald Trump is expected to announce his Cuba policy in Miami Friday afternoon – but one thing already certain is the traffic jam that awaits drivers in downtown and around the airport. Miami Herald File

Trump’s speech in Miami is bad news for your Friday commute

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