In January 2016, during the middle of the highly-contested Republican primaries, President Trump made a promise to move the United States Embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.
And now, the Trump administration is fulling that promise, sending a delegation to begin talking about the relocation process. This move would physically reinforce America’s alliance to Israel while also causing outrage among surrounding Arab nations.
Middle East Monitor reports:
An official American delegation will visit Israel today to discuss the process of moving the US embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, an Israeli news website reported.
The delegation represents the Subcommittee on National Security of the US House of Representatives, including the Chairman of the subcommittee Ron DeSantis and Senator Denni Ross. The delegation is expected to talk about the process of relocating the embassy from both a practical and a political perspective.
They will also be meeting Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and other Israeli officials with links to the touted Jerusalem embassy move. The delegation also plan to visit potential sites in Jerusalem and return to the United States with an “accurate analysis”
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