(AP Photo/Franklin Reyes, File)
(AP Photo/Franklin Reyes, File)

The idea of a relationship between the U.S. and Cuba continues to bring out mixed reactions among the Cuban-American population of South Florida, where differences of opinion are drawn among generational lines.

FOX News Radio's Eben Brown reports from Miami.

Nobody likes the Castro's in Miami's Little Havana...

(Miami resident) "I feel like we're trying to negotiate with Hitler."

Says the elderly generation of Cuban-Americans who escaped the island's brutality. But, millennial Cuban's like Eduardo Abscal don't think like their parents and grandparents...

(Abscal) "They're conflicted. They're in between the angst and the anger that their relatives have."

But his uncle, George Suarez, thinks the kids are too idealistic, not realistic. He ran from the island after being imprisoned.

(Suarez): "They really have no idea what they're talking about, because they don't really know what Cuba was, and what Cuba is."

In Miami, Eben Brown, FOX News Radio.