Many Republicans criticized President Barack Obama for not cutting short his trip to Cuba in the aftermath of the Brussels terror attack. But a plurality of those Americans queried in one poll disagreed, although a similar number thought he should have skipped a ball game he attended while on the historic visit.
More than 30 people were killed and hundreds were hurt in twin attacks on a subway station and the main airport on March 22. The Islamic State claimed responsibility. The coordinated strike in the heart of Europe renewed terror concerns in major U.S. cities as government buildings, transportation hubs and landmarks tightened security.