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S***hole' is projected onto Trump's hotel in DC two days after his controversial comments about immigrants from Haiti, El Salvador and Africa

Rep John Lewis says he will not attend Trump's State of the Union address after the President's reported comments calling Haiti, El Salvador and African nations 's***hole countries'

  • WARNING: EXPLICIT LANGUAGE 
  • 'S***hole' was projected onto the Trump International Hotel in Washington, DC
  • Grinning poop emojis are also seen streaming out of the hotel's entrance The
  • President Donald Trump allegedly used the expletive in a meeting Thursday
  • The president reportedly demanded to know why the US should accept immigrants from 's***hole countries' 
  • Trump had denied that he said the word but the White House has yet to deny it  
  • Videos, which were shared to Twitter, have been watched more than 2m times 

The word 's***hole' - which President Donald Trump allegedly used to describe countries from which he does not want immigrants coming to the US - has been projected along with other messages onto his Washington, DC hotel.

Trump is said to have made the remarks - which he has denied but which a US Senator who was present confirmed - at a meeting with legislators, setting off a firestorm of criticism when they became public.

'NOT A DC RESIDENT? NEED A PLACE TO STAY? TRY OUR S***HOLE. THIS PLACE IS A S***HOLE,' read successive messages projected over the entrance of the Trump International Hotel in central Washington, according to videos posted on social media. 

A flood of grinning poop emojis then stream out of the hotel's entrance as 'S***HOLE' appears in larger text above it.

Another clip shows the word 'S***HOLE' over the entrance along with an arrow pointing to the door.

Robin Bell projects S**THOLE onto the Trump hotel in DC
The word 's***hole' - which President Donald Trump allegedly used to describe countries from which he does not want immigrants coming to the US - has been projected along with other messages onto his Washington hotel (pictured0

The word 's***hole' - which President Donald Trump allegedly used to describe countries from which he does not want immigrants coming to the US - has been projected along with other messages onto his Washington hotel (pictured0

A flood of grinning poop emojis then stream out of the hotel's entrance as 'S***HOLE' appears in larger text above it (pictured)
A flood of grinning poop emojis then stream out of the hotel's entrance as 'S***HOLE' appears in larger text above it (pictured)
'NOT A DC RESIDENT? NEED A PLACE TO STAY? TRY OUR S***HOLE. THIS PLACE IS A S***HOLE,' read successive messages projected over the entrance of the Trump International Hotel, according to videos posted on social media (pictured)

'NOT A DC RESIDENT? NEED A PLACE TO STAY? TRY OUR S***HOLE. THIS PLACE IS A S***HOLE,' read successive messages projected over the entrance of the Trump International Hotel, according to videos posted on social media (pictured)

The videos were posted on the Twitter account of Robin Bell, as well as on his website Bell Visuals, who has staged other projection protests and been likened to a 'hit-and-run editorial writer' by The Washington Post.

More than two million people have watched the videos and they have been shared more than 5,000 times

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Outrage Over President Trump’s Derogatory Comments About Haitians and Other Immigrants

Trump is seen here before signing a proclamation to honor Martin Luther King, Jr day, in the Roosevelt Room at the White House on Friday, which Lewis said did not make sense given Trump's reported comments from Thursday, disparaging Haiti, El Salvador and African nations

  • Democratic Rep. John Lewis of Georgia said he will not attend the State of the Union address by President Donald Trump, in an interview on Friday
  • Lewis also said that 'racism must be in Trump's DNA' 
  • Lewis' comments follow Trump reportedly calling Haiti, El Salvador and African nations 's***hole countries' 
  • Trump reportedly made the comments during a bi-partisan meeting regarding immigration in the Oval Office on Thursday
  • Trump tweeted that the words reported were 'not the language used'
  • A Senator who was at the meeting said on Friday that Trump did say those words

US Representative John Lewis, a Democrat from Georgia, has said he will not attend the State of the Union address by President donald Trump, in an interview on Friday.

'I cannot in all good conscious be in a room, with what he has said about so many Americans,' Lewis told NBC's Katie Tur, following Trump reportedly calling Haiti, El Salvador and African nations 's***hole countries' during a bi-partisan meeting regarding immigration in the Oval Office on Thursday.

'I just can't do it. I wouldn't be honest with myself,' he added, after saying racism 'must be in [Trump's] DNA.'     

Lewis has represented Georgia in Congress for more than 30 years and marched alongside Dr Martin Luther King, Jr during the Civil Rights movement.

US Representative John Lewis, a Democrat from Georgia, has said he will not attend the State of the Union address by President Donald Trump, in an interview on Friday, after saying that 'racism must be in Trump's DNA'

US Representative John Lewis, a Democrat from Georgia, has said he will not attend the State of the Union address by President Donald Trump, in an interview on Friday, after saying that 'racism must be in Trump's DNA'

The member of Congress had a hard time reconciling what Trump reportedly said on Thursday with a public ceremony honoring Dr Martin Luther King, Jr, on Friday.  

'I think the words that he spoke, and the action that he took to honor Dr Martin Luther King, Jr are incompatible,' Lewis said.

'You cannot speak the words of tolerance of peace and love and nonviolence and then put down a group of people. A nation of people, because of the color of their skin, or what part of the world they may come from.'   

Trump is seen here before signing a proclamation to honor Martin Luther King, Jr day, in the Roosevelt Room at the White House on Friday, which Lewis said did not make sense given Trump's reported comments from Thursday, disparaging Haiti, El Salvador and African nations
Trump is seen here before signing a proclamation to honor Martin Luther King, Jr day, in the Roosevelt Room at the White House on Friday, which Lewis said did not make sense given Trump's reported comments from Thursday, disparaging Haiti, El Salvador and African nations

Sources told the Washington Post that the President was frustrated during talks related to protection for people in the US under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, and immigrants from other countries at the White House on Thursday.

'Why are we having all these people from s***hole countries come here?' Trump said, referring to Haiti, El Salvador and African countries, according to sources briefed on the meeting.

Trump then stated the US should instead have more immigrants from places like Norway, a country with residents largely of Germanic, fair-skinned descent, and Asian countries, the sources said.      

Lewis had a hard time reconciling what Trump reportedly said on Thursday with a public ceremony honoring Dr Martin Luther King, Jr (pictured), on Friday

Lewis had a hard time reconciling what Trump reportedly said on Thursday with a public ceremony honoring Dr Martin Luther King, Jr (pictured), on Friday

Lewis discussed Trump's reported comments about Haiti, El Salvador and African nations with NBC's Katie Tur on Friday

Lewis discussed Trump's reported comments about Haiti, El Salvador and African nations with NBC's Katie Tur on Friday

John Lewis speaking at a Martin Luther King Jr. Day event in 2017
Tur asked Lewis what he thought Dr King, Jr, might say to Trump, if he were here today.

Lewis said: 'He would say, "Mr President wake up. You need to do what is right. You need to be a little bit more human. You need to do what is fair, and respect the dignity and worth of every human being. And stop putting people down because of their race, their color or their nationality."'  

On Friday, after public outrage swelled over his reported comments, Trump tweeted the following:

'The language used by me at the DACA meeting was tough, but this was not the language used. What was really tough was the outlandish proposal made - a big setback for DACA!'   

Trump reportedly called Haiti, El Salvador and African nations 's***hole countries' on Thursday

Trump reportedly called Haiti, El Salvador and African nations 's***hole countries' on Thursday

On Friday, Trump denied calling Haiti, El Salvador and African nations 's***hole countries'

On Friday, Trump denied calling Haiti, El Salvador and African nations 's***hole countries'

Trump addressed reports that he said to 'Take them out,' regarding any references to Haitian immigrant protections in immigration policy deal talks on Thursday

Trump addressed reports that he said to 'Take them out,' regarding any references to Haitian immigrant protections in immigration policy deal talks on Thursday

Sources also told the Post that Trump insisted that Haitians be left out of any deal made concerning immigrants to recieve protections in the US.

'Why do we need more Haitians?' Trump reportedly said. 'Take them out.'

Later, the President addressed that comment specifically, also via social media:

'Never said anything derogatory about Haitians other than Haiti is, obviously, a very poor and troubled country. Never said "take them out." Made up by Dems. I have a wonderful relationship with Haitians. Probably should record future meetings - unfortunately, no trust!'  

But Democratic Senator from Illinois Dick Durbin, who was at the meeting, refuted Trump's tweets about his language in a statement released Friday.

'In the course of his comments, President Trump said things that were hate-filled, vile, and racist,' Durbin said.

'He used those words, and he used them repeatedly. I cannot believe that in the history of the White House, in that Oval Office, any president has ever spoken the words that I personally heard our president speak yesterday.' 

Democratic Senator from Illinois Dick Durbin, who was at the meeting, refuted Trump's tweets about his language in a statement released Friday

Democratic Senator from Illinois Dick Durbin, who was at the meeting, refuted Trump's tweets about his language in a statement released Friday

Lewis had a lot to say about the exchange described to the Post, and by Durbin; Lewis is seen here in Washington, DC on October 4

Lewis had a lot to say about the exchange described to the Post, and by Durbin; Lewis is seen here in Washington, DC on October 4

Lewis had a lot to say about the exchange described to the Post, and by Durbin.        

'It is unreal, it is unbelievable to hear the President of the United States of America saying something like this during this day and age,' Lewis said.

'We've come so far, we've made so much progress and sometimes I feel like Mr Trump is not really in tune with what the American people are all about.

'To redeem the soul of America, to create what Dr Martin Luther King, Jr called the beloved community.

'We are one people, we are one family, we all live in the same house.  The American House.

'And I don't think language like this is in keeping with the future of our country or the future of the planet.'

Tur asked if Lewis thought Trump was racist. 

'I think the words and his action tend to speak like one who knows something about being a racist. It must be in his DNA, in his makeup, but its frightening to have someone in te office of the President in 2018 speaking the way that he's speaking

'We've come too far, we've made too much progress, to go back, to fan the flames of racism and bigotry.'

Lewis then recounted words of inspiration from the leader of the Catholic church.

'When the Pope spoke to a joint session of Congress, he said, "We all are immigrants from some other place,"' Lewis said.     

Republican Congress member Jim Renacci from Ohio said, 'I know a lot of the times he's saying what people are thinking. I always say judge the President after four years. Let's judge the President after what we've done. Let's not judge the President on what he says'

Republican Congress member Jim Renacci from Ohio said, 'I know a lot of the times he's saying what people are thinking. I always say judge the President after four years. Let's judge the President after what we've done. Let's not judge the President on what he says'

Tur then asked what Lewis thought about a statement made in support of Trump by Republican Congress member Jim Renacci, who represents Ohio in the House.

Renacci said: 'I know a lot of the times he's saying what people are thinking. I always say judge the President after four years. Let's judge the President after what we've done. Let's not judge the President on what he says.'

Tur asked Lewis if people believe that Trump is saying what people are thinking, if that makes his reported comments OK. Lewis responded, saying absolutely not.

'It is not OK. It is not right. It is not in keeping with the future of America,' Lewis said.

'We are people of color. We're black. We're white. We're Latino. We're Asian-American. We're Native American. We're Muslim. We're Christian. We're Jewish.

'And as Dr King said over and over again, "We must learn to live together as brothers and sisters. If not, we will perish as fools."

Lewis quoted A. Philip Randolph (pictured), who said, 'Maybe our mothers and our fathers all came to this great land in different ships, but we're all in the same boat now;' Randolph is seen here in front of the statue of Abraham Lincoln, the President who freed the slaves, in Washington, DC on August 28, 1963
Lewis quoted A. Philip Randolph (pictured), who said, 'Maybe our mothers and our fathers all came to this great land in different ships, but we're all in the same boat now;' Randolph is seen here in front of the statue of Abraham Lincoln, the President who freed the slaves, in Washington, DC on August 28, 1963

'There was another Black leader by the name of A. Philip Randolph who spoke during the March on Washington in 2963. He said, "Maybe our mothers and our fathers all came to this great land in different ships, but we're all in the same boat now."

The President must be a leader, he must be a headlight, and not a tail light.' 

Lewis said Democrats should not run their elections on impeaching Trump, but instead run for election and re-election on their records and on the message that Democrats want to unify this country.

'I think that voters will get the message that we want to create one America,' he said. 

Lewis said Democrats should not run their elections on impeaching Trump, but instead on their records and on the message that Democrats want to unify this country

Lewis said Democrats should not run their elections on impeaching Trump, but instead on their records and on the message that Democrats want to unify this country

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Ouch! Author Michael Wolff slams Trump over book criticism says Trump has 'less credibility than anyone who has ever walked on Earth'THE GOVERNMENT OF PRESIDENT JOVENEL MOISE (LEFT) IS NOT HAPPY WITH COMMENTS REPORTEDLY MADE BY US PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP.

 

Haiti’s government has condemned United States President Donald Trump’s reported remarks about its people as “racist”. And it has lodged a complaint with the US Embassy.

Trump reportedly referred to Haiti, El Salvador and African nations as “s…hole countries” during a White House meeting with lawmakers on immigration reform yesterday, questioning why he should accept immigrants from those places, rather than from countries like Norway.

“Why do we need more Haitians?” the Washington Post quoted him as saying, citing people briefed on the meeting. “Take them out.”

“These insulting and reprehensible statements in no way reflect the virtues of wisdom, restraint and discernment that must be cultivated by any high political authority,” the Haitian government statement said, adding that it was “profoundly outraged and shocked by the tenor of the remarks” that “at a minimum are disrespectful and insulting.”

“The Haitian government condemns with the greatest firmness these odious and abject remarks which, if they were said, would in every respect be unacceptable because they reflect a simplistic and totally erroneous racist view of the Haitian community and its contributions to the United States of America,” the statement continued.

However, Trump has denied using the vulgar expression reported, although admitted his language was “tough”.

In a tweet this morning, he specifically rubbished the “take them out” remark.

But Democratic senator Dick Durbin, who was present at the meeting with Trump, insisted that the reports were entirely accurate.

He said the President said “those hate-filled things and did so repeatedly”.

“S…hole was the exact word used once not twice but repeatedly,” Durbin said.

Trump has also been rebuked by the United Nations for his reported comments.

In a strongly-worded statement, the UN said it was impossible to describe the President’s remarks as anything other than racist.

“There is no other word one can use but racist. You cannot dismiss entire countries and continents as ‘s…holes’, whose entire populations, who are not white, are therefore not welcome,” UN human rights spokesman Rupert Colville said.

Meantime, the Vatican has decried Trump’s words as “particularly harsh and offensive”.

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White House denies 'outrageous' claims that Trump said 'everyone in Haiti has AIDS' and Nigerian immigrants 'will never go back to their huts after being allowed into the US'

Michael Wolff‘s new book, Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House, has been making waves in the political world.
The tell-all is composed of quotes and interviews from people in the Trump circle of influence, from the campaign to the presidency. Already, excerpts from the book have been making headlines.
And Donald Trump is not happy about it.
On the Today show on Friday, Wolff addressed the fact that Trump’s lawyers have sent him a cease and desist letter because of the book.
“What I say is, where do I send the box of chocolates?” he joked, stating that the publicity from the letter had only boosted sales of the book.

“Trump will attack, he will send lawyers’ letters — this is a 35-year history of how he approaches everything,” he said in the interview.

“I work like every journalist works, so I have recordings, I have notes,” Wolff said. “I am certainly and absolutely, in every way, comfortable with everything I’ve reported in this book.”

Issues of credibility

The White House has pushed back against the book by saying that Wolff didn’t have the access he claims to have and that a lot of his claims were simply fabricated.

But Wolff pushed back against that idea, specifically against Trump’s claim in a tweet on Thursday that he never spoke with Wolff.

“What was I doing there if he didn’t want me to be there?” Wolff asked. “I absolutely spoke to the president. Whether he realized it was an interview or not, I don’t know, but it was certainly not off the record.”

In fact, Wolff said, he spent a total of three hours with Trump.

As for the attacks on his credibility, Wolff said it was important to consider the source.

“My credibility is being questioned by a man who has less credibility than, perhaps, anyone who has ever walked on Earth at this point,” he said.


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Did Trump’s Dentures Almost Fall Out During His Big Israel Speech? {VIDEO}

White House denies Trump said 'everyone in Haiti has AIDS'

  • The New York Times cited anonymous sources who claimed he made the comments in June
  • They said he was angry about the number of immigrants who had been allowed into the US since he took office
  • He fumed that so many had come from Haiti where 'everyone had AIDS', they said
  • Of the 40,000 Nigerian immigrants who had been granted visas, he allegedly said they 'won't go back to their huts not that they have seen the US' 
  • Sarah Huckabee Sanders furiously denied the claims on Saturday 
  • Gen. John Kelly, Rex Tillerson and Stephen Miller - who were all present - also denied them 
  • They accused The Times of publishing 'lies' from sources they said they could not trust  

The report was published on Saturday and cited anonymous sources who told The Times reporters' they were either there or had been told about the remarks by others who were there. 

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, White House Chief of Staff General John. Kelly (who was at that time the secretary of homeland security), and domestic policy adviser Stephen Miller were all there. 

They said that on the day in question, Trump stormed into the Oval Office clutching 'sheets of papers' which revealed how many immigrants had been allowed into the US since he took office.

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He was angry that so many had, they said, and made derogatory remarks about the nations on the list. 

The White House has furiously denied a New York Times report which claims President Trump said 'everyone' from Haiti has AIDS during a June meeting on immigration

The White House has furiously denied a New York Times report which claims President Trump said 'everyone' from Haiti has AIDS during a June meeting on immigration

According the sources, when Trump learned 15,000 people from Haiti had been granted US visas, he remarked: 'They all have AIDS'. 

Of the 40,000 Nigerian immigrants who had been granted entry, he is alleged to have said they would 'never go back to their huts in Africa' now that they had seen the United States.  

It's both sad and telling The New York Times would print the lies of their anonymous "sources" 
Sarah Huckabee Sanders 

Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the White House Press Secretary, denied the claims with volition on Saturday. 

'General Kelly, General McMaster, Secretary Tillerson, Secretary Nielsen and all other senior staff actually in the meeting deny these outrageous claims.  

'It’s both sad and telling The New York Times would print the lies of their anonymous "sources" anyway,' she said. 

The Times cited six officials who were either there or who were briefed on the meeting in its report. 

White House Chief of Staff Gen. John Kelly, who was the Secretary of Homeland Security at the time, denied the claims as did Secretary of State Rex Tillerson
White House Chief of Staff Gen. John Kelly, who was the Secretary of Homeland Security at the time, denied the claims as did Secretary of State Rex Tillerson

White House Chief of Staff Gen. John Kelly, who was the Secretary of Homeland Security at the time, denied the claims as did Secretary of State Rex Tillerson 

One person claimed to have heard him make the remark about Haitians and a second who was not there said they were told about the same remark afterwards. 

Those same two sources were the only ones who said they remembered the racist 'huts' remark. 

Four others who were there said they did not remember Trump using that language. 

The article goes on to describe how some of Trump's most controversial policies and decisions were conceived during the campaign. 

Among them was his travel ban against Muslim majority nations which caused hysteria and shock in January when it was briefly imposed then amended.

The unnamed officials said some White House staffers were just as taken by surprise as the rest of the country and that they had to Google which countries were affected. 

Miller, the sources said, held a meeting the day after it went into effect to tell them to 'tune out the whining'. 

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Trump stands by his decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital despite international fury on all sides as he's accused of 'declaring war against 1.5 billion Muslims'

President Donald Trump just made remarks clarifying the White House’s position on Israel, officially recognizing Jerusalem as the country’s capital and pledging to move America’s embassy from Tel Aviv to the Holy City in the near future.
This was an important and controversial move, with long-lasting implications on the geopolitical stage.
But, uh, what the heck was going on with Trump’s speech pattern? He began seemingly slurring his words toward the end of his remarks. In particular at the very end, it was quite noticeable.
Was he on drugs? Was he drunk on Big Macs? Tired? Did he just really miss Twitter?
It looks like the answer is none of these things. A close Mediaite examination of the video led us to the most likely conclusion: the President’s dentures were slipping out of his mouth, subtly loosening, thus causing the change in speech pattern.
This cannot be confirmed but, Trump is 71 years old, so it makes a fair amount of sense that he would wear dentures. He isn’t known, after all, for having the best eating habits around.
Folks on Twitter were quick to notice the irregularity, first wondering what was going on with Trump and then sharing the couch-dentist diagnosis that his dentures were likely slipping out of his mouth:

If elected, Mr. Trump, I can state unequivocally, will be the healthiest individual ever elected to the presidency. https://twitter.com/KeepMyPowerOrg/status/938475113292419073 

I think Trump's mushmouth in that conference is a dentures thing, which reminds me, it's impossible to imagine him brushing his teeth.

no joke, I think he has dentures that are coming off. He kept moving his cheeks like he was trying to adjust something.

man it's almost like a human body wasn't designed to consume four Big Macs and 5000 mg of sodium every day https://twitter.com/atrupar/status/938472832526364674 

So, long-live #SlurGate, a case that was opened and closed within five minutes. Trump is a known tea totaler, or soda totaler, so the idea that he was high on drugs while delivering an important speech was always extremely unlikely.

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In flames: In Gaza Palestinians burned the U.S. and Israeli flags as Trump's announcement later on Wednesday was revealed

  • President Trump is set to announce he's recognizing Jerusalem as Israel's capital city, and starting the process of moving the U.S. embassy there from Tel Aviv
  • 'Many presidents have said they want to do something, and they didn't do it; whether it's through courage or they change their mind I can't tell you,' he said
  • International outcry was swift and furious ahead of speech expected at lunchtime in the U.S.
  • Palestinians said it would be 'a kiss of death to the two-state solution' and Trump is 'declaring war in the Middle East'
  • Pope Francis said he was 'profoundly concerned' and appealed that 'everyone respects the status quo of the city' 
  • China, which has good ties with Israel and the Palestinians, expressed concerns over 'possible aggravation of regional tensions'
  • Iran's supreme leader said Trump's new stance represented 'incompetence and failure'
  • Russia, a key Middle East player, expressed concern about a 'possible deterioration' there
  • Moving the embassy to Jerusalem will unfold over 'years,' a senior White House official said; 'It won't be immediate, it won't be months, it won't be quick'

America's friends and foes unleashed fierce criticism on Wednesday ahead of Donald Trump's announcement recognizing Jerusalem as Israel's capital which is expected at 1:00 p.m. Wednesday.

But Trump is sticking to his guns, calling his decision an act of political courage.

'The president previewed 'a big announcement' during a cabinet meeting, which he said concerns 'Israel and the Palestinians in the Middle East. And I think it's long overdue.'

'Many presidents have said they want to do something, and they didn't do it. Whether it's through courage or they change their mind I can't tell you. But a lot of people have said we have to do something, and they didn't do it.'

A senior administration official said Tuesday that the president would also launch a long process of moving America's embassy there from Tel Aviv.

'The president believes this is a recognition of reality,' the official said.

While Israel welcomed the news, Palestinian officials declared the Mideast peace process 'finished' and Turkey announced it would host a meeting of Islamic nations next week to give Muslim countries' leaders an opportunity to coordinate a response. 

In Gaza, U.S. and Israeli flags were burned and in the West bank Hamas declared Friday a 'day of rage,' raising the specter of mass violence in the occupied territories. 

Donald Trump will recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capitol on Wednesday and launch a process to move the U.S. embassy there, casting his decision as an act of political courage

In flames: In Gaza Palestinians burned the U.S. and Israeli flags as Trump's announcement later on Wednesday was revealed

In flames: In Gaza Palestinians burned the U.S. and Israeli flags as Trump's announcement later on Wednesday was revealed

Palestinians burned a poster of Trump during a protest in Bethlehem, West Bank, on Tuesday in anticipation of the announcement

Palestinians burned a poster of Trump during a protest in Bethlehem, West Bank, on Tuesday in anticipation of the announcement

President Donald Trump will say Wednesday that the U.S. officially recognizes Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, and that the U.S. will begin the process of moving its embassy there from Tel Aviv
Benjamin Netanyahu was largely silent about the move but his Cabinet welcomed it

President Donald Trump will say Wednesday that the U.S. officially recognizes Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, and that the U.S. will begin the process of moving its embassy there from Tel Aviv. Benjamin Netanyahu was largely silent about the move but his Cabinet welcomed it

Theresa May pictured in PMQ's in the Commons today, said she intends to talk to Donald Trump about his hugely controversial decision to recognise Jerusalem as Israel's capital

Rebukes spread: In Britain, Prime Minister Theresa May said she would challenge Trump and at the Vatican Pope Francis said he was 'profoundly concerned' and appealed that 'everyone respects the status quo of the city'

More opprobrium: Turkey's president Recey Tayyip Erdogan, who met King Abdullah of Jordan on Tuesday, had called the move on Jerusalem a 'red line'. His spokesman on Wednesday said it was a 'grave mistake that will virtually eliminate the fragile Middle East peace process'.

More opprobrium: Turkey's president Recey Tayyip Erdogan, who met King Abdullah of Jordan on Tuesday, had called the move on Jerusalem a 'red line'. His spokesman on Wednesday said it was a 'grave mistake that will virtually eliminate the fragile Middle East peace process'.

Palestinians torch Trump photos in protest against embassy moveIsraeli security forces braced for violence but said so far the situation was peaceful. 

The Pope made a plea for Trump to rethink urgently and spoke out at his weekly general audience in Rome .

'I make a heartfelt appeal so that all commit themselves to respecting the status quo of the city, in conformity with the pertinent resolutions of the United Nations,' Pope Francis said.

THE WORLD REACTS TO TRUMP'S MOVE 

'I pray to the Lord that its identity is preserved and strengthened for the benefit of the Holy Land, the Middle East and the whole world and that wisdom and prudence prevail to prevent new elements of tension from being added to a global context already convulsed by so many cruel conflicts.' –Pope Francis

'Jerusalem obviously should be part of the final settlement between the Israelis and the Palestinians - a negotiated settlement that we want to see. We have no plans ourselves to move our embassy.' –Boris Johnson, British Foreign Secretary 

'Our historical national identity is receiving important expressions every day.' –Benjamin Netanyahu, Israeli Prime Minister 

'Declaring Jerusalem a capital is disregarding history and the truths in the region, it is a big injustice/cruelty, shortsightedness, foolishness/madness, it is plunging the region and the world into a fire with no end in sight.' –Turkish Deputy Prime Minister Bekir Bozdag

'He is declaring war in the Middle East, he is declaring war against 1.5 billion Muslims, hundreds of millions of Christians, that are not going to accept the holy shrines to be totally under the hegemony of Israel.' –Manuel Hassassian, chief Palestinian representative to Britain

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Comment by Ricardo O'Connor on December 10, 2017 at 11:20am

The regathering of Israel took place in 1948 as Amos, Ezekiel, Zechariah, and other Scriptures as prophesied. Don’t believe the perpetrated lies that those who are in Israel aren’t the true Jews. If there not, which they are, then why would there be a need for Armageddon and the Tribulation? 

Comment by Ricardo O'Connor on December 10, 2017 at 11:10am

@Gospelpan, yes Israel will be destroyed, 2/3 of them by the Anti-Christ at the second half of the Great Tribulation. When it look like the anti-christ is about to accomplish what Hitler had set out to do, total destruction of the Jewish people. Christ Jesus will return and save them. 

Comment by El-Bull on December 10, 2017 at 12:16am

GospelPan thank you for being one of the few who don't buy into and parrot their lies----SPREAD THE TRUTH, SPREAD THE TRUTH

Comment by GospelPan on December 10, 2017 at 12:05am

El-Bull, yeah it's true they are Khazarians, I took the time out to read 'The Thirteenth Tribe', it's deep. But even if I didn't read it, I've seen enough proof to know there's no way they are Israelites. 

Comment by El-Bull on December 9, 2017 at 11:55pm

 Ricardo O'Connor , GospelPan  do you realize hose people currently occupying what they call israel are fake. They are  Khazarians---fake jews. Furthermore by their logic, "IF" israel is theirs because they lived there  hundreds of years ago  then the united states  belongs to the Native Americans, as well as other indigenous people can lay claim to lands stolen by Europeans. 


Comment by GospelPan on December 9, 2017 at 11:35pm

oh I didn't see your question although I already answered in an earlier post:

"Pertaining to the Resurrection. Are you saying that those people in Israel right this minute aren’t the true Jews because the Resurrection has not taken place? Where do you get this? "

My answer is the same, in order for King David to rule over the Israelites when they return home, he has to be resurrected from the dead and remember there is one resurrection for the righteous dead. Read Ezekiel 37:12-14.

Comment by GospelPan on December 9, 2017 at 11:24pm

@Ricardo, that prophecy spoken of by Amos is yet future, the Israel you see today will be destroyed in the future. You have to read all of the prophets because the prophecies are linked, where they discuss the same prophecies, but with added details. The questions I asked you before prove the true Israelites have not returned home, I even went as far as to show you todays "Jews" are the wrong color and you still insist on proving me wrong.

Let me ask you a few more questions....how did today's Jews enter the land of Israel? Was it not by plane or boat or car? And they went straight into the cities were they are to this day. Well, I'm sorry, but according to scripture, God will gather the Israelites on "the mountains of Israel" first, not in the cities...did this happen in 1948? No.

21 And say unto them, Thus saith the Lord God; Behold, I will take the children of Israel from among the heathen, whither they be gone, and will gather them on every side, and bring them into their own land:

22 And I will make them one nation in the land upon the mountains of Israel; and one king shall be king to them all: and they shall be no more two nations, neither shall they be divided into two kingdoms any more at all.

-- Ezekiel 37:21-22 (KJV)

Here's another scripture:

12 As a shepherd seeketh out his flock in the day that he is among his sheep that are scattered; so will I seek out my sheep, and will deliver them out of all places where they have been scattered in the cloudy and dark day.

13 And I will bring them out from the people, and gather them from the countries, and will bring them to their own land, and feed them upon the mountains of Israel by the rivers, and in all the inhabited places of the country.

14 I will feed them in a good pasture, and upon the high mountains of Israel shall their fold be: there shall they lie in a good fold, and in a fat pasture shall they feed upon the mountains of Israel.

-- Ezekiel 34:12-14 (KJV)

Also, the term "Jew" is short for Judah, which is one tribe...so where are the other eleven tribes? Remember, I said God will not leave any Israelites behind, which means all twelve tribes should be together in the land of Israel when God brings them home.

Alright, I'm done...before I go though there is something you said that bothers me and that is when you said the resurrection can occur at any moment. I used believe this because it's what they taught me in church, but when you study the prophecies for yourself, you will realize they are wrong and that there are certain events that must take place before the resurrection can occur...check it out.

later.

Comment by Yahzequel Ben Israel on December 9, 2017 at 5:15pm

@Ricardo O'connor , according to the bible you white gentiles are not or ever biblical  IBRI torah/bible said also that when the  real Isrealites are back home in north east africa there will be no more war and there will be peace upon this world ? are there any peace on this world or on the land of Caananites now, so please get out of here with your non sense and lies, I can go on and show you more evidence that the pagan white jewish people in the land of  north east africa are not biblical but seed of satan.I personally hate to response to idiots and of white supremacy.

Comment by Ricardo O'Connor on December 9, 2017 at 1:46pm

Pertaining to the Resurrection. Are you saying that those people in Israel right this minute aren’t the true Jews because the Resurrection has not taken place? Where do you get this? 

Comment by Ricardo O'Connor on December 9, 2017 at 1:22pm

Remember God scattered the Jews in 70AD and says He will re-gather them back at a latter time. That latter time took place in 1948. 

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