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  • Would Guantánamo receive President Trump? You Bet.

    Reporters allowed in the Detention Center Zone in June explored the possibility of a visit by the commander in chief, Donald J. Trump, or the retired U.S. Marine general serving as Secretary of Defense, James Mattis. All images were reviewed and approved

Would Guantánamo receive President Trump? You Bet.

Reporters allowed in the Detention Center Zone in June explored the possibility of a visit by the commander in chief, Donald J. Trump, or the retired U.S. Marine general serving as Secretary of Defense, James Mattis. All images were reviewed and approved
Carol Rosenberg crosenberg@miamiherald.com