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Vice-President Pence Addresses Israeli Knesset & Announces U.S. Embassy Will Be Moved To Jerusalem Before End of 2019

Jerusalem – Vice-President Mike Pence became the first sitting Vice-President of the United States to address the Israeli Knesset and announced that the Trump administration will complete the move the U.S. Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem before the end of next year.

President Donald J. Trump made the decision last December to order the U.S. State Department to begin making plans to move the U.S. embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem

Faith & Freedom Coalition and our over 1.5 million members enthusiastically support the Trump administrations decision to formally recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and Vice-President Pence’s pronouncement today that the Embassy move will be made before 2019 is out.

Faith & Freedom Founder and Chairman Ralph Reed commented, “We are very proud of Vice-President Mike Pence for his strong leadership and his remarks before the Knesset today promising to complete the move of the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem, the eternal, indivisible capital of Israel.  President Trump and his administration continues to strengthen the solidarity between the United States and the people of Israel.”

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