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Trump Plans Waiver on Moving U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem

President Donald Trump “will sign a waiver delaying the move of the U.S. embassy in Israel to Jerusalem from Tel Aviv while declaring the contested city the capital of Israel,” Bloomberg reports. “Reports that Trump would unilaterally declare Jerusalem to [...]
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