Before President Trump, U.S. presidential candidates had for decades vowed they’d move the U.S. embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, even though moving the embassy is a requirement of a 1990s U.S. law. That law was regularly waived by Trump’s predecessors, going back to former President Bill Clinton, on the theory that such a move would impede the elusive “peace process” that never seemed to attract any Palestinian interest.
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