The left is set on claiming that world leaders have no respect for President Trump.
They parade anti-Trump world leaders to try to prove Trump is ineffective.
But their entire anti-Trump party was brought to an end after one world leader said one thing about the President.
President Trump has been a major friend to Israel since he was on the campaign trail.
Just after he was elected President, Israel’s Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu congratulated Trump, calling him “a true friend of the State of Israel.”
And after a year in office, President Trump has only grown a stronger ally to Israel’s leader.
After President Trump chose to formally recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, liberals freaked out over the decision.
But Prime Minister Netanyahu didn’t.
Instead, he praised the decision, stating that his decision “will be remembered by our people throughout the ages.”
Netanyahu also said that under President Trump’s leadership, the relationship between the two countries has never been stronger.
President Trump responded by telling Netanyahu the U.S. embassy in Jerusalem will be “built very quickly” and that he may visit the embassy once it is complete.
As reported by Breitbart:
“Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warmly praised President Donald Trump’s relationship with Israel, specifically his decision to recognize Jerusalem as its capital.
“Mr. President, this will be remembered by our people throughout the ages,” Netanyahu said during a meeting with the president in the Oval Office.
Netanyahu put Trump’s decision in historical context, recalling Cyrus the Great’s allowing the Jewish exiles to return to their homeland, the Lord Balfour proclamation, and President Harry Truman’s decision to recognize the state of Israel.
“Others talked about it. You did it,” Netanyahu said.
Netanyahu praised the relationship between the United States and Israel, noting that he had observed it for four decades.
“Under your leadership, it’s never been stronger,” he told Trump.
Trump said that construction of the new embassy was already underway and that he might visit the embassy once it was opened.
“I may. I may,” he said. “We’re going to have it built very quickly.”
He said that work on the peace deal between Israel and the Palestinians continued, but he did not have any updates to announce.
“This is the hardest deal. This is years and years of opposition and, frankly, hatred and a lot of things involved,” Trump said.”
Trump’s decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel is a huge move.
The people of Israel have recognized that Jerusalem is their capital since the 1940’s, but much of the world has refused to accept that.
The reason this decision is controversial is that the state of Palestine also considers Jerusalem to be their capital.
Liberals are choosing to side with the state of Palestine over Israel, who is one of our country’s biggest historic allies.
Do you support President Trump’s decision to formally declare Jerusalem as the capital of Israel?
Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.