With all of the recent news, I saw a report where they interviewed a tourist in Cuba who had dual citizenship (one of those being U.S.) and who was traveling on his other passport. Is there some kind of loophole that allows dual citizens (U.S. & another country) to visit Cuba w/o prosecution when they return to the U.S.? Thanks!
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