American reporters make Raul Castro lose it: ‘Here’s that list of political prisoners you asked for’

Cuba’s President Raul Castro denied having political prisoners in his country when questioned during a press conference on Monday.

“What political prisoners? Give me a name or names,” Castro said when questioned by CNN’s Jim Acosta. “After this meeting is over, you can give me a list of political prisoners, and if we have those political prisoners, they will be released before tonight ends.”

President Obama even told ABC News that he would not be giving Castro any list of prisoners as he seeks to normalize relations between the U.S. and Cuba.

But if it was a list Castro wanted, it’s a list that he got: CBS’s Mark Knoller and Univision’s Jorge Ramos delivered.


(H/T: Twitchy)


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