- The Trump administration’s response to the violence in Gaza this week once again places it at odds with Europe and key US allies.
- The UK, France, and Germany have responded more forcefully to the violence than the US and have expressed concern about Israel’s response to the demonstrations against the new US embassy in Jerusalem.
- From withdrawing from the Paris climate accord and more recently the Iran nuclear deal to moving the US embassy to Jerusalem, the US and Europe no longer see eye-to-eye on key issues nearly as often as they did under previous administrations.
The Trump administration’s response to the violence in Gaza this week once again places it at odds with Europe and key US allies.
The White House as well as US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley have thus far placed sole responsibility for the violence on the Palestinian terrorist group Hamas and fervently defended Israel’s right to defend itself. See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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