Donald Trump has made a lot of commitments to the American people to protect Americans and get our economy rolling again, things that are not easy tasks to accomplish. He has remained firm on many of his core issues even after the election results were made official.
However, while Trump seems to have soften his stand on a few campaign issues, such as prosecuting Hillary Clinton, reports are that on one important point, he is standing firm.
Deborah Danan of Breitbart reports:
President-elect Donald Trump “remains firmly committed” to moving the U.S. Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, his transition team said.
“This is a commitment that the president-elect made numerous times on the campaign trail, that he remains firmly committed to,” Jason Miller, a transition team spokesman, said Friday. His remarks came on the heels of Trump’s nomination of David Friedman to be the U.S. ambassador to Israel. (…)
Meanwhile, the Palestinians claimed that were Trump to make good on his promise, it would “destroy” the peace process.
If you’re asking “What peace process?” you aren’t alone. The harsh truth is, the Palestinians don’t want a “two-state solution.” They want a one-state solution, in which Israel will be wiped out and its Jewish population replaced by Muslims.
Previous U.S. presidents, clearly aiming for a Nobel Peace Prize, have tried and failed to bring peace to the region, but there is no way to negotiate with terrorists who are lying about their true aims.
Jerusalem was sacred to the Jews before Islam was even invented. That’s a historical fact and Trump’s stance on this matter simply reflects that reality.