Ramon Espinosa, Associated Press
FILE - In this Dec. 19, 2014 file photo, Javier Yanez stands on his balcony decorated with U.S. and Cuban flags in Old Havana, Cuba. On Friday, June 16, 2017, President Donald Trump is expected to turn America's Cuba policy on its second 180-degree spin in three years. Ordinary Cubans are bracing for the worst. (AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa, File)

WASHINGTON — The White House says President Donald Trump plans to announce a revised Cuba policy that's aimed at stopping the flow of U.S. cash to the country's military and security services. The policy will maintain diplomatic relations and allow U.S. airlines and cruise ships to continue servicing the island.

Trump was making the announcement Friday at a Miami theater associated with Cuban exiles who oppose the island's leadership.

The president is expected to cast the policy moves as fulfillment of a promise he made during last year's presidential campaign to reverse then-President Barack Obama's diplomatic re-engagement with the island after decades of estrangement.

Senior White House officials who briefed reporters on the announcement say Obama's overtures had enriched Cuba's military while repression increased on the island.