U.S. Embassy move to Jerusalem pushed up ahead of schedule
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U.S. Embassy move to Jerusalem pushed up ahead of schedule


President Trump has made good on his campaign promise to move the U.S. Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. While the decision has been made to do so, the official move will not take place until next year, ahead of White House’s originally proposed target date.

The announcement of next year’s move has made by Vice President Mike Pence during his address this week to Israel’s governing body, the Knesset.

“Pence says the administration will advance its plan in the coming weeks and the embassy will open by the end of 2019. Previous estimates had been the move from Tel Aviv would take three or four years.”-Fox News


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