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The U.S. Embassy Stays in Tel Aviv (for Now)

By signing the waiver to prevent moving the mission to Jerusalem, President Trump avoided wading into a dispute over the contested holy city.
Source: Amir Cohen / Reuters

President Trump signed Thursday the waiver to keep the U.S. embassy in Israel in Tel Aviv, despite his campaign promise to move the mission to Jerusalem.

The six-month waiver, which has been signed by every

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