Trump's Israel Ambassador Hopes to Work From Jerusalem, Says ZOA President

While the White House claims that a decision has yet to be reached regarding the possibility of moving the U.S. embassy, Morton Klein says Friedman told him he expects to work from Jerusalem as soon as he begins his term.

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NEW YORK - David Friedman, U.S. President Donald Trump's appointed ambassador to Israel, expects he will work from Jerusalem, not Tel Aviv, even before any possible announcement on moving the embassy, Zionist...