Cuban exile plays star spangled banner and his incredible story

Haza’s father, formerly the police chief of the eastern regional capital Santiago de Cuba, was executed by firing squad by Castro when Haza was just 11. When the government found that he was a gifted violinist and child prodigy, they forced him to play for them. The brave young boy picked up his violin and played “The Star-Spangled Banner” before the high-ranking revolutionaries. Now, he played the national anthem for President Trump at the announcement on the new policy toward Cuba. 


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