While Trump’s approach to Jewish issues can seem erratic, it’s clearly had a profound effect on the Jewish political world.
“We moved the capital of Israel to Jerusalem. That’s for the Evangelicals. It’s amazing: The Evangelicals are more excited than Jewish people.”
The U.S. Embassy branch in Tel Aviv decorated its building with rainbow banners for the city’s Pride parade, ignoring a Trump administration ban.
“The U.S., Israel and Honduras are uniting as strategic allies, committed to the development and security of their peoples.”
The announcement comes amid heightened tensions between Moldova and the European Union.
“This White House needs giant statesmen, not real estate agents.”
“The question should not be whether we will do it, but when we will do it,” Eduardo Bolsonaro told told Jared Kushner.
“We could potentially be able to advance the two-state solution process,” the prime minister said. “The other one hasn’t been working that well.”
“Israel views with great severity the unusual decision of Paraguay, which will cloud bilateral relations,” the Foreign Ministry said in a statement.
Trump: “And you know what, in the negotiation Israel will have to pay a higher price because they won a very big thing, but I took it off the table.”