• Gail Cammero Reilly

    With respect to foreign policy, it seems likely that foundation grants to Cuba would not be approved by the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets under the Trump administration. Obstructing currently approved grants might be awkward and embarassing, considering the fact the Trump organization allegedly violated the trade embargo to Cuba in 1998 while scouting for a casino location with federal government permission. See awnewz.com/politics/report-trumps-company-violated-the-cuban-trade-embargo-in-1998/ Although too much time has elapsed to prosecute, the White House would not be acting from a position of strength should it stop currently approved foundation grants to Cuba and might choose to avoid scrutiny.