Trump Waives Law Requiring US Move Its Embassy to Jerusalem

U.S. President Donald Trump talks during a briefing after his meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Jerusalem, Monday, May 22, 2017.

By Published on June 1, 2017

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  • John A.

    This is extremely disappointing.

  • davidrev17

    Disappointing indeed John; especially when one factors-in all of the Jewish people, Messianic Jews, and so-called Christian Zionist individuals of whom seemed to have had intimate access to President Trump, for dialoguing about this??

    May our president be “moved” by the “Spirit of Truth” Himself very shortly, to both decisively and wholeheartedly – with much inward-peace as well – make the only right decision that can be made in this situation; whose bizarre international (and cosmic) chess-game, has already been languishing in “stalemate” for far-too-long now.

  • m-nj

    Methinks this is just one more piece in the rise of the AC…it keeps Jerusalem “in play” for negotiations, and everyone can shout “peace, peace” when their is no peace, and then sudden distruction falls…

  • PacksA9

    What? The nationally popularistic chess player from the 7th dimension broke a campaign promise?


    • Dean Bruckner

      So you voted for Hillary, then.

      • PacksA9

        I circled the oval next to Trump’s name to defeat Hillary. I always knew it would be up to ALL Trump voters to hold him accountable should he be elected. I was and remain #NeverFooled


  • Dean Bruckner

    Truth must trump the desire for peace, not the other way around. If we surrender truth for peace, we will have neither.

    What is needed is a moment of ultra clear clarity: Jerusalem belongs to the Jews. All Muslim claims to it are lies, just like the rest of their claims about God, Jesus, peace and truth. Will there be violence when we move our embassy? of course. But it will pull the mask back on what Islam’s claims really are.

    To have peace, we must move our embassy to Jerusalem.

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