Published: Tue, May 15, 2018
Entertaiment | By Paul Elliott

Late-Night Hosts Tee Off on Opening of US Embassy in Jerusalem


Vanity Fair writer Vicky Ward is working on a book about Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump, and they aren't going to like it. Ward is planning on exposing Kushner and Trump for using the White House and the presidency for their own gain in what she has called "a horrifying kleptocracy".

"We imagine that it's attainable for each side to achieve greater than they provide so all individuals can reside in peace, secure from hazard, free from worry and capable of pursue their goals", Kushner stated.

"Trump is also futzing with the Middle East, because today, the United States officially broke with tradition and opened an embassy in Jerusalem".

Mr. Kushner arrived Sunday in Israel with the U.S. delegation that included Deputy Secretary of State John Sullivan, adviser on Israel Jason Greenblatt, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, and Ivanka Trump.

During a sermon in March on how to properly say a blessing, Yosef used the Hebrew word "kushi", which was used in the Bible but is now considered a derogatory term for black people. Now, the president couldn't be there himself, because, you know, the angry people.


Meanwhile, NAIJ.com 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.

The White House advisers will attend the embassy inauguration ceremony scheduled for Monday along with other Washington delegates, including US Deputy Secretary of State John Sullivan and US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin. "Jared explained that the embassy was good for peace".

Ivanka posted several photos of her and Jared after touching down sharing a video of her waving at at camera after they landed.

After a violent day of protests along the Gaza border fence that coincided with the opening of the U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem, late-night hosts weighed in on the building's relocation from Tel Aviv.

This article has been adapted from its original source.

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