It may not have happened on “day one” of President Trump’s administration, but an official congressional delegation visited the nation’s capital over the weekend to explore what would be involved in moving the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem. “A lot of people thought maybe Donald Trump would do this on day one, he did not do that. Some were disappointed,” said Congressman Ron DeSantis, R-Fl. DeSantis, chairman of the Subcommittee for National Security of the House

Oversight Committee, led the delegation on its 24-hour fact-finding mission. DeSantis was clear that the group was not sent by Trump but would report back to him. “Here’s the deal and why I thought it was important to come out and get some knowledge in the Congress about where this thing will actually be. He’s in a position where he’s either going to follow his campaign promise or he’s going to have to sign this waiver,” DeSantis told reporters at a press conference in Jerusalem. FULL REPORT