Look At The Awesome Reward Jerusalem Just Gave To Trump

President Donald Trump fulfilled his campaign promises. During his campaign, Trump vowed that he would relocate the mission “fairly quickly” after taking office.

Mr. Trump announced that Jerusalem is the Israeli capital during a speech a month ago, He announced his decision two days after the expiration of a deadline for him to decide whether to keep the American Embassy in Tel Aviv.

Congress overwhelmingly approved moving the embassy to Jerusalem over 20 years ago but each successive POTUS has ignored it.

U.N. decided to go against President Trump on this one!
n a major diplomatic surprise to Israel and U.S. President Donald Trump, the UN General Assembly passed a resolution rejecting the American recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, with 128 member states voting in favor of the resolution and a mere nine voting against it.

Among the countries that voted in favor of the resolution are many traditional U.S. allies, including the United Kingdom, France, and Canada. Israel, which celebrated Trump’s decision earlier this month, joined the U.S. in voting against the measure.

But at least now we can see who are our real allies!
Israel has stated publicly that it wishes reward Trump for recognizing Jerusalem as the Israeli capital by naming a train station near the Western Wall after him, according to reports.

Transportation Minister Yisrael Katz is going ahead with his plan to extend the city’s future high-speed railway to the western wall. where he wants Trump’s name to grace a station, Ynet News of Israel reported.

“The Western Wall is the holiest site of the Jewish people,” Katz said, “and I have decided to name the train station leading to it after the president of the United States, Donald Trump, following his courageous and historic decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of the State of Israel.”

The “Donald John Trump station” is one of two stations proposed for the extension of a line nearing completion between Tel Aviv and the western entrance to Jerusalem.

Katz called the rail extension to the Old City “the Transportation Ministry’s most important national project.” The station would allow visitors to reach “the beating heart of the Jewish people — the Western Wall and the Temple Mount,” he said.

The project is expected to take 4 years and $700 million dollars to complete if approved.

Another huge recognition from our great friend Israel!

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