Air Date: March 20, 2016

For the first time since Calvin Coolidge visited Cuba in 1928, a U.S. President is making a trip to the Caribbean island nation. This three day trip is designed to normalize relations with our old cold war foe. ABC’s Jim Avila reports from Havana: “It was just over a year ago that we broke the news that President Obama wanted to change the way the United States and Cuba treated each other, and he wanted to personally visit Havana. Finally, that day has come for the historic visit by President Obama.”

In a taped segment that aired during the Good Morning America broadcast on March 20, two days before President Obama visited the country, Reneo Consulting’s Scott Gilbert discusses profound changes in Cuba since the December 2014 declaration of normalized relations between the U.S. and Cuba.

See entire segment here.