FILE - In this Jan. 18, 2018 file photo, a tourist walks with her suitcase in front of the Capitolio in Havana, Cuba. President Donald Trump drew cheers from a Cuban-American crowd last summer when he announced that he was rolling back some of Barack Obama's opening to Cuba in order to starve the island's military-run economy of U.S. tourism dollars and ratchet up pressure for regime change.
FILE - In this Jan. 18, 2018 file photo, a tourist walks with her suitcase in front of the Capitolio in Havana, Cuba. President Donald Trump drew cheers from a Cuban-American crowd last summer when he announced that he was rolling back some of Barack Obama's opening to Cuba in order to starve the island's military-run economy of U.S. tourism dollars and ratchet up pressure for regime change. Ramon Espinosa, File AP Photo
FILE - In this Jan. 18, 2018 file photo, a tourist walks with her suitcase in front of the Capitolio in Havana, Cuba. President Donald Trump drew cheers from a Cuban-American crowd last summer when he announced that he was rolling back some of Barack Obama's opening to Cuba in order to starve the island's military-run economy of U.S. tourism dollars and ratchet up pressure for regime change. Ramon Espinosa, File AP Photo

AP Explains: For Americans, big changes in travel to Cuba

April 17, 2018 12:08 AM