Bill Clinton is back in the spotlight.
And it’s not for a good reason.
A video from his past just surfaced and it’s very bad news for Democrats.
The media, world leaders, and Democrats all howled in protest when Donald Trump announced he would recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and begin the process of moving the American embassy to the Holy City.
Trump made this promise on the campaign trail and was determined to keep it.
The foreign policy establishment was furious and claimed Trump’s move would incite Muslim violence.
But all Trump did was actually keep the promise made by every American President going back to Bill Clinton.
Trump even tweeted out a video of Clinton, Obama, and George W. Bush all making this pledge when they were running for office.
I fulfilled my campaign promise – others didn’t! pic.twitter.com/bYdaOHmPVJ
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 8, 2017
This video is a prime example of why Trump won the election.
On the campaign trail, his refrain that career politicians were “all talk and no action” was sweet music to the ears of Americans who were fed up with politicians promising one thing while running for office, but governing as conventional establishmentarians after winning.
Following through on his promises is why Trump’s supporters are so loyal to him despite the media’s best efforts to separate the President and his voters.
But the move did not just thrill conservatives.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu also praised the move.
“Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has defended U.S. President Donald Trump’s controversial plan to relocate the U.S. embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, saying Monday that he believed European countries would follow suit.
Speaking in Brussels, where he is meeting European Union foreign ministers, Netanyahu said Trump’s announcement was based on “recognizing reality.”
Trump’s move Wednesday to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and commit to moving the U.S. embassy to the holy city prompted international criticism and sparked protests across the world.
The announcement, which upended seven decades of U.S. foreign policy, delighted Israeli officials but was condemned by Palestinian leaders, who see East Jerusalem as the capital of a future Palestinian state.”
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