The White House spokeswoman said that a proposal to prohibit business with GAESA, "is one of the many possibilities discussed".
Final options haven't yet been presented to Trump, though a decision is expected before a visit by the USA president to Miami on Friday.
President Donald Trump plans to scale back his predecessor's effort to open Cuba to USA tourism and trade, and his advisers are preparing options including new limits on American travel to the island and restricting partnerships between US companies and entities with ties to the Cuban military, according to two people familiar with the discussions.
For months, the travel industry has awaited an announcement from the Trump administration on whether it would reverse at least portions of the re-engagement between the former Cold War foes that the Obama administration initiated.
According to the U.S. Census, more than 10,600 Cuban Americans live in CT.
But Kavulich did detail several potential changes in an email on Sunday. "The idea that this is just some kind of modest step back is only true if it's done extremely carefully in the end", he said.
Trump is scheduled to travel to South Florida this week, where he is expected to announce his new Cuba policy.
Murphy has a history of supporting U.S. -Cuba relations, co-authoring The Freedom to Export to Cuba Act of 2017 that would repeal previous restrictions barring Americans from doing business in Cuba. That impacts travel since the military runs much of Cuba's tourism infrastructure, including hotels and tour companies.
Amid reports of a possible announcement in Miami as early as Friday about a revised Cuba policy, a White House spokeswoman told el Nuevo Herald that President Donald Trump had not yet seen the final recommendations following a lengthy review and has not made a decision.
"We all agree President Trump has to do something, whether it's wholly symbolic [or] symbolic plus minor alterations".
Rubio said in a statement he was confident Trump would "keep his commitment on Cuba policy by making changes that are targeted and strategic and advance the Cuban people's aspirations for economic and political liberty". "Every president puts their fingerprints on Cuba policy", Popper said.