The Senate passed a resolution that calls for POTUS to make a major break from predecessors on both sides of the aisle and move the U.S. embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.
Last Thursday, President Trump did what every one of his predecessors did and signed a waiver that “delays the embassy relocation”. The President promised to move the embassy to Jerusalem throughout the campaign.
The “Jerusalem Embassy Act of 1995” allows the President to delay the move for six-month intervals “in the interest of national security”.
In a shocking 90-0 vote, for “commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Six Day War and the reunification of the city of Jerusalem”, the Senate passed their bipartisan resolution.