USA comedians mock Jerusalem embassy opening

Oops. Everyone on SABC News seems to be Jared Kushner

Oops. Everyone on SABC News seems to be Jared Kushner

As a smiling Ivanka took photos in front of the new embassy, bearing a large plaque with Trump's name splashed across it, she was joined husband Jared Kushner and other us officials including Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin.

"Whereas presidents earlier than him backed down from their pledge to maneuver the American embassy as soon as in workplace, this President delivered".

Kurtz said the violence was "clearly" precipitated by Hamas, but media outlets make it look like Israel was responsible. The predicted protests had failed to materialize on a mass scale, a fact that some experts attributed to the rise of other frustrations, such as grievances with Palestinian leaders and the spread of Islamist militancy.

Israeli forces killed 55 Palestinians on the Gaza border in the conflict's bloodiest day in years on Monday, as clashes and protests coincided with the deeply controversial opening of the USA embassy in Jerusalem.

He isn't Jared Kushner, however. There's a bunch of other people who live there, too. "You know, we'll see if there's peace, but we'll definitely remember". "I imagine peace is inside attain if we dare to imagine the longer term might be completely different from the previous. That we are not condemned to relive history, and that the way things were is not how they must forever be".

"On behalf of the 45th President of the United States of America, we welcome you officially and for the first time to the embassy of the United States here in Jerusalem, the capital of Israel", Trump told the crowd of diplomats and dignitaries. "So they had a monkey as a son, a son like this, so you say the blessing on him".

Jared Kushner, President Donald Trump's son-in-law and his senior adviser on the Middle East, said on Monday (May 14) that the United States showed the world it could be trusted by opening its embassy in Jerusalem.

Meanwhile, previously reported that President Muhammadu Buhari on Monday, April 30, said he avoided bringing up President Donald Trump's alleged vulgar remarks about African countries when the two presidents met at the White House because he was not sure his American counterpart truly made comment.