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Vice President Mike Pence
Pence says Jerusalem recognition will lead to peace, calls for changes to Iran nuclear deal
In Knesset address, Pence declares embassy will move to Jerusalem next year
In a historic address to the Israeli Knesset on Monday, Vice President Mike Pence pledged that the U.S. would move its embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem “before the end of next year.”
Jonathan S. Tobin
What did you hear when Mike Pence spoke to the Knesset?
For those who can’t listen to anything coming out of this administration without re-interpreting it through the lens of the resistance, Pence’s moving comments about the ties between America and Israel may seem like a creepy conservative plot against liberal values. But if that’s how you heard it, the problem isn’t in Pence’s rhetoric, but in a rejection of a belief that the overwhelming majority of Americans still rightly view as a consensus issue.
Mike Pence takes a ‘victory lap’ in Israel after Jerusalem policy changes
Vice President Mike Pence is using his trip to the Middle East this week as an opportuni-ty to tout the Trump administration’s recent policy changes on Jerusalem.
Pence meets with Netanyahu, calls Jerusalem recognition ‘dawn of a new era’
Vice President Mike Pence met with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at his office in Jerusalem on Monday and called U.S. recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital the “dawn of a new era” in the Middle East.
Before Israel visit, Pence reassures Jordan and Egypt of US role in peace process
Ahead of a two-day trip to Israel, Vice President Mike Pence visited neighboring Jordan and Egypt in an attempt to strengthen U.S. ties with the two Arab allies, and to reassure the countries’ leaders of America’s role as a peace broker between Israelis and Palestinians.