As long as the issue is framed as an American demand to cede East Jerusalem in its entirety to the Palestinians, with the freeze merely a precursor to a complete division (and return of the over the Green line neighborhoods, the Old City, etc.) then Bibi may retain a substantial base of support in American Jewry. But if the issue is framed as a request to have a freeze or moratorium now to prepare a negotiating space for division of the municipality into Jewish and Palestinian areas of control, and the refusal of the current Israeli government ever to sanction any such division with current construction and expansion plans considered a tool to that refusal--then those who have vigorously defended Israeli construction and slammed the President at this juncture will seriously reconsider their positions.
Yemen's Houthi rebels commit to peace plan in letter to UN chief, BBC reports (Haaretz)
from the article: Netanyahu faces a U.S. adamant about East Jerusalem