By Abra Forman, Breaking Israel News—
On Donald Trump’s second day in office, the White House announced that initial discussions are already underway regarding the moving of the U.S.’s Israeli embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, which the president promised he would do on the campaign trail.
On Sunday night, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer told reporters that the administration had begun to examine the move, but it is “at the very beginning stages of even discussing this subject.”
Jerusalem mayor Nir Barkat said on Monday that his office is indeed in contact with the new administration concerning the move, which would represent a major shift in the U.S.’s traditional Israel policy.
“I am holding talks with government officials in the US and I know that they are serious about their intention,” he told Army Radio.
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