America First To Recognize Israel's Capital Jerusalem


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PERIDOT is an American writer living abroad.

History and the legacy of a President were made yesterday.  The earth quaked, as the nations raged at the sound of the Trump blast coming out of Washington D.C., and heard in Jerusalem and around the world.

Standing steadfast against the bitter cold wind of world opinion with its condemnations, “concerns,” and threats of consequences and repercussions, President Donald Trump of the United States of America officially recognized Israel’s capital Jerusalem.  The President further announced his plans to move the U.S. Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.

In so doing, President Trump cemented his legacy in the annals of history for all time, something his “more presidential” predecessors could only dream of accomplishing when it came to Israel, except for President Truman in 1947.

This morning, Americans who are staunch and steady supporters of the Jewish State could be heard from sea to shining sea singing, “I’m proud to be an American.”