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The Bay of Pigs was a plot to invade a. the rain forest. c. Mexico. b. Cuba. d. Brazil.
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User: The Bay of Pigs was a plot to invade a. the rain forest. c. Mexico. b. Cuba. d. Brazil.

Weegy: The Bay of Pigs was a plot to invade Cuba.
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User: The Bay of Pigs disaster refers to a plot, supported by the United States, to invade a. El Salvador. c. Cuba. b. Mexico. d. Chile.

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The Bay of Pigs disaster refers to a plot, supported by the United States, to invade Cuba.
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