Trump’s Jerusalem Announcement Set to Strengthen U.S. Bond with Israel

On Wednesday, President Trump officially recognized Jerusalem as Israel’s capitol, and ordered the move of the U.S. Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.

The president said it was time to “acknowledge the obvious,” and, during a speech from the White House, added,”I have determined that it is time to officially recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.”

“This is nothing more or less than a recognition of reality,” said Trump, who said the move to Jerusalem  was “the right thing to do. It’s something that has to be done.”

The president spoke to the country about his decision, explaining that although he understands there will be disagreements, “we will arrive at a peace and place far greater in understanding and cooperation.”

President Trump stated that he was committed to finding peace between Israel and Palestine, which both claim the land of Jerusalem to be theirs.

Vice President Mike Pence tweeted his approval of President Trump’s decision, which he said “makes it clear that America stands with our allies.”

As Vice President Pence pointed out, President Trump is a man of his word, and is keeping his promises to the American people and our allies.

Despite criticism from globalists who prefer the open borders policy of pandering to Islamic Countries, President Trump is once again proving that America is putting out true allies first.