Donald Trump's done a good again as he's signed the order for recognizing Israel's sovereignty over the Golan:
US President Donald Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu held a joint press conference at the White House Monday afternoon.This is a most historic moment in Israel-US relations.
The two leaders met as President Trump prepared to sign an executive order officially recognizing Israel's sovereignty on the Golan Heights.
As he sat down to sign the order, Trump said that the act was "a long time in the making. It should have taken place many decades ago."
Trump said that the US-Israel alliance "has never been stronger."
"At this moment the American embassy stands proudly in Jerusalem, the capital the Jewish have established. They wanted the embassy for many, many years, for many decades, and frankly, through many presidents. And we got it done," Trump said.
"We will confront the poison of anti-Semitism through our words, and maybe even more importantly, our actions. In the last century, humanity witnessed the horrific consequences of anti-Semitism and a world without a Jewish homeland.
"In the wake of those unthinkable horrors, the Jewish people built a mighty nation in the holy land, something very powerful, something very special and important ... There can be no better example of greatness than what Israel has done starting from such a small speck of sand.
"Israel is an inspiration, a trusted ally, and a cherished friend. The United States will always stand by its side," the president concluded.