Surveillance: Fidel Castro's Death Doesn't Mean Radical Change
Published November 28, 2016
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    David Gura and Francine Lacqua, filling in for Tom Keene, discuss Fidel Castro's legacy and what his death means for the future of Cuba with Julia Sweig, a professor at University of Texas at Austin and the author of "Cuba: What Everyone Needs to Know." Prior to that, Sheila Bair, the president of Washington College and former chairman of the FDIC, says the populist backlash to the economic crisis helped Donald Trump win the election. Then, Gideon Rose, the editor of Foreign Affairs Magazine, says it's unlikely Trump will live up to his campaign rhetoric. Finally, Bill Lee, Citi Research's head of North American economics, says Trump won't be able to reflate the economy until 2018.
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