Less than a week after President Obama's historic trip to Cuba, former Cuban President Fidel Castro levels some criticism at the President.

FOX's Jon Decker reports from the White House:

In a long and bristling letter published today in Cuba's state-run media, Cuba's long-time former President Fidel Castro wrote that Cuba does not need what he calls the American empire to give Cuba any presents.

Castro, the 89-year-old leader of the Cuban Revolution, writes that his modest suggestion is that President Obama reflects and does not try to develop theories about Cuban politics.

During President Obama's three-day visit to Cuba last week, he did not meet with Fidel Castro, but met several times with his brother Raul Castro, the current president.

At the White House, Jon Decker, FOX News.