President Donald Trump Being Accused of Backtracking on a Major Campaign Promise Involving Israel — Here’s His Response

President Donald Trump has — at least for now — backtracked on his campaign promise to move the U.S. Embassy in Israel from its current location in Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, signing a waver that will delay such a move for at least the next six months.

In a statement issued to the Washington Post, the White House sought to soften claims that Trump is backing away from his pledge, proclaiming that “the question is not if” the embassy will eventually move “but only when.”

Source: President Donald Trump Being Accused of Backtracking on a Major Campaign Promise Involving Israel — Here’s His Response

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