President Trump exhorted West Virginia voters to back Republican Senate candidate Patrick Morrisey in November’s midterm elections Tuesday night, but most of the rally followed a familiar pattern of Trump rattling off a list of accomplishments and urging voters to keep the Senate in GOP hands this November.
One of the last thing Trump mentioned was that he fulfilled his campaign promise to move the United States Embassy to Jerusalem.
But President Trump added that in return, Israel will now have to pay a “high price” in negotiations with the Palestinians. He added that the Palestinians will “get something very good” in return for the embassy move, “because it’s their turn next.” Trump didn’t offer any details on what the Palestinians will “get” in return.
Trump said: “If there’s ever going to be peace with the Palestinians, then this was a good thing to have done, because we took it off the table….In past peace talks, they never got past Jerusalem becoming the Capital….So I said let’s take it off the table. And you know what?…..In the negotiation, Israel will have to pay a higher price, because they won a very big thing…..But they (the Palestinians) will get something very good, cause it’s their turn next.”
(Charles Gross – YWN)