WASHINGTON - Sen. Bill Nelson was quiet as President Trump unveiled his new policy on Cuba. So we were curious about his views, especially as future rival Rick Scott embraced the change.
What we got Monday evening was a statement that seemed to have it both ways.
"While I support the embargo and agree that American dollars shouldn't go to the Cuban government or military, I also support the people of Cuba," the Democrat said. "I support families helping families. And I believe allowing more Americans to interact with the people of Cuba is in their best interest, while we continue to pressure the Castro regime for human rights and freedoms."