By Blair Thornburge
White House Spokesman Whiffs on Jerusalem
White House spokesman Jay Carney refused to reiterate the official U.S. position that Jerusalem is the capital of Israel, sparking a mini-frenzy on the internet. When questioned by reporters during a press briefing, Carney dodged a reporter’s request to clarify the policy, the Times of Israel reports. In an exchange caught on video, Carney said:…
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