Biden to Honor Trump's Pro-Israel Efforts, Keep US Embassy in Jerusalem

CNN reporter Wolf Blitzer (left) and Secretary of State Tony Blinken (right) (Twitter/The Hill)
President Joe Biden plans to leave the U.S. Embassy to Israel in Jerusalem, recognizing the holy city as the capital of the Jewish state.

Secretary of State Tony Blinken said during an interview Tuesday night with CNN's Wolf Blitzer that he—and the Biden administration—recognizes Jerusalem as Israel's rightful capital, a shift first made by former President Donald Trump.

As CBN News reported, Trump announced his decision to move the U.S. embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem in 2017.

While the Senate voted 90-0 in 2017 to move the embassy, not a single Democrat was in the congressional delegation that attended the opening of the new location in 2018, according to The Post and Courier.

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