America and Israel in the News: US Embassy in Jerusalem

America and Israel are in the news , concerning the dedication memorial of the U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem, the declaration of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, and the upcoming meeting between President Trump and Kim Jong Un.

The Memorial

Ivanka Trump spoke this week in Israel on behalf of her father, followed by her husband. Jared Kushner gives a lengthy speech in Jerusalem, sounding quite groomed for Presidential material. The beautiful Ivanka and Jared were present at the memorial of the new U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem, as Jerusalem has now been dedicated as the official capital of Israel.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said a great thank you to President Trump, stating, “By recognizing history, you have made history!” And acknowledging that the most powerful country in the world is now here in Jerusalem; America. He added, “Thank you President Trump, for having the courage to keep your promises!”

Guatemala reportedly also just moved their embassy to Jerusalem, just two days after the U.S. Paraguay will also move their embassy to Jerusalem later this month. Brazil lit their famous Christ Redeemer statue blue and white, in honor or Israel’s 70th Anniversary. (source: Geller Report)

In other news, the beautiful First Lady; Melania Trump was recently hospitalized. She has since reportedly been released, and is thankfully doing fine.

President Trump recently met at the airport the 3 former North Korean hostages, who have now been freed, thanks in part to Trump’s successful negotiations with North Korea.

Trump is reportedly also now scheduled to meet North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on June 12th, 2018, in Singapore. Should this planned meeting occur, which it appears that it will – despite Kim’s alleged threat to cancel; the meeting stands the chance to go down in history as one of the worlds’ most important meetings, in effort to usher in peace throughout the world between North Korea and all nations that the regime just recently threatened.

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