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The Obamas arrive in Cuba
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The Obamas are making history in Cuba as we speak. Our First Family arrived on Sunday, almost 90 years since the last U.S. president visited the island. President Barack Obama greeted the country on Twitter as only he could:

"¿Que bolá Cuba?" definitely set the tone for the three-day trip that President Obama said is "a historic opportunity to engage directly with the Cuban people and to forge new agreements and commercial deals, and build new ties between our two peoples, and for me to lay out my vision for a future that’s brighter than our past.”

The official itinerary released by the White House includes some sightseeing, a state dinner, and a baseball game, but here's what the Obamas and their staff are probably up to that was left off of that public list:

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