Castro Urges Obama to Embrace Inner Dictator by Lifting Embargo with Executive Action

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Cuban President Raul Castro reminded Barack Obama that he has the power to change the law singlehandedly with his "Executive Branch powers," urging him to bypass congress to lift the U.S. embargo on the Caribbean Communist dictatorship.

"Though the measures of the embargo have become law, the president of the United States can change the enforcement thereof under his Executive Branch powers," Castro said during a press conference Wednesday.

"We propose to the United States government to take mutual measures for the improvement of our bilateral climate and move forward toward normalization of ties between our countries."

Castro's suggestion that Obama enact yet another executive order may be welcomed by ‘Emperor Obama'–a label White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest said the president "wears with a badge of honor."

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