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Bill de Blasio on Foreign Policy

NYC Mayor; Democratic Presidential Challenger (withdrawn)

 


1980s: supported Sandinista National Liberation Front

Before turning his focus to New York City politics, his first interest was Central America. During the 1980s he supported the Sandinista National Liberation Front and opposed the Reagan administration's support for the contras. He and his wife honeymooned in Cuba, which was illegal for Americans at the time.
Source: Council on Foreign Relations on 2019 Democratic primary , Aug 12, 2019

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