Trump: ‘I Would’ Like to Build a Trump Hotel in Havana

‘— At the right time, when we’re allowed to do it’

BLITZER: "So you say you're going to continue to try to normalize diplomatic and economic relations. Would you open a trump hotel in Havana?"
TRUMP: "I would, I would. At the right time, when we're allowed to do it. Right now we're not. I wouldn't do it on the basis that you get a 49% interest because right now you get a 49% interest. Nobody knows even when the economics are or what they're going to do. And maybe it won't work out. But I will tell you, I think Cuba has certain potential and I think it's okay to bring Cuba into the fold, but you have to make a much better deal and you have to get all liabilities."

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