Other presidents said that they were going to do it but Pres. Trump did it, and Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is so happy about it.
The United States Embassy is moving to Jerusalem this week, and you can credit Pres. Trump for allowing that move to happen. Former presidents that include Bill Clinton and Barack Obama and even George W. Bush have all promised or said that Israel’s capital should be in Jerusalem, but they never went forward on that claim.
Netanyahu is so overjoyed with this decision, elated is too weak of a word.
We moved in a real President to the White House – President Trump – and great things have been happening ever since and will continue in spite of the hatred from the legacy media, Democrats, and Republicans.
Israel is so overjoyed with developments, but that also comes with attacks from neighbors who are not as happy about the situation.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu welcomed the official U.S. delegation to Jerusalem Sunday evening, on the day before the transfer of the American embassy to Israel’s capital.
“Our people will be eternally grateful for [President Trump’s] decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital and to move the American Embassy there tomorrow,” Netanyahu declared.
“Tomorrow will be an historic day for our people and for our state.”
Netanyahu delivered his remarks at an official reception at Israel’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs before an audience of American and Israeli guests.
Netanya welcomed President Trump’s decision to recognize Jerusalem and transfer the embassy there: “It’s been the capital of the Jewish people for the last 3,000 years. It’s been the capital of our state for 70 years. And it will be our capital for all time,” he said.
What’s absolutely hilarious is that the more liberals attack Trump, the stronger and more popular he becomes. Congratulations to Pres. Trump for the courage in moving our embassy to its rightful place, Jerusalem!
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