‘We’ve never had a problem with it’: Travel restrictions on travel to Cuba continue as U.S. lifts travel restrictions

SAN FRANCISCO — A man is taken into custody by security guards at San Francisco International Airport on Thursday.

The man was identified by San Francisco Police Department spokesman Officer Albie Esparza as the driver of the vehicle that was seized by security during a traffic stop on Thursday night.

“The person is in custody and is being questioned by law enforcement,” Esparzas said.

He said the man has been booked into San Francisco County Jail.

Esparzias did not provide any further details.

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S President Donald Trump lifted travel restrictions from Cuba and lifted some travel restrictions on Wednesday, allowing Americans to visit and spend time in the island nation.

Trump tweeted: “My administration is taking the necessary steps to reinstate normal travel to the U.N. and to all countries.”

Cuba, the world’s largest economy, has struggled with a chronic economic recession, which has seen the number of Cubans seeking to leave the country plunge to a six-year low.

The Cuban government has sought to blame Trump and others for the downturn and said the U!s actions hurt U.F.C.S.’s interests.