President Donald Trump announced Friday that he had rejected a plan to spend $1 billion to open a new embassy in Jerusalem.
Israel's Channel Two cites a "senior political source" saying that the United States will put forward its peace plan after the opening of the new embassy in Jerusalem.
He initially called it "Embassy Town" but then said he might call it "Trump Town".
The report said that the long-awaited peace plan will be presented some time after the embassy is opened on May 14, but did not provide details about the compensation.
But after talking with US Ambassador to Israel David Friedman, Trump says he discovered it could happen for less than half a million dollars. "We might have to build dozens of embassies, and we would need new land ready or that objective".
But not to be cheap, Trump said he suggested upping the retrofit to $300,000 or $400,000. I said, "What?" He said, "I can build it for $150,000, the embassy".
Members of the Trump administration will inaugurate the Jerusalemembassy next month in the country's current consulate building, though it is believed that a new building will be necessary.
The Czech Republic will appoint an honorary consul in Jerusalem, the first in a three-step process to move the country's embassy to Jerusalem. "I carried it out".
"I can take a corner of the building and for $150,000, we can fix it up, make it lovely, open our embassy".
According to reports, Mr. Trump has been considering a presidential pardon for Pollard, which would enable him to travel overseas and return to Israel. Let's not go from a billion dollars to $150,000. We will take a piece of the building. They were going to spend Dollars 1 billion, and we're going to spend much less than a half a million.
While the embassy move has infuriated the Palestinians, it delighted Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu who has said Trump will be forever regarded as a hero in the Jewish state's history books.
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