The New York Times is reporting that Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is weighing a plan whether to classify Cuba as a state sponsor of terrorism.
The U.S. had officially removed Cuba from that list in 2015, under President Barak Obama.
The new classification could create an obstacle for president-elect Joe Biden’s potential plans for diplomacy with the island nation.
It’s not clear if Pompeo will move forward with the plans, but a Biden administration reversal of the move would take months.
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