WATCH: Trump throws shade on previous presidents over Jerusalem decision

US President takes to Twitter to drive home the point, that as others only spoke of Jerusalem, he made the move of recognizing it as the Israeli capital.

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December 8, 2017 10:40
Left: File photo of former US Presidents Clinton Bush and Obama, Right: US President Trump presentin

Left: File photo of former US Presidents Clinton Bush and Obama, Right: US President Trump presenting his executive order on Jerusalem. (photo credit: JONATHAN ERNST/JASON REED/REUTERS)

 
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US President Donald Trump on Friday tweeted a mash-up of former US presidents who, unlike him, never recognized Jerusalem as the Israeli capital.

The groundbreaking decision was announced on Wednesday, leading to strong reactions in both Israel and around the world.

The mash-up video presents former presidents Bill Clinton, George W. Bush and Barak Obama all claiming their conviction that Jerusalem is the capital of Israeli. The video ends with President Trump recognizing Jerusalem as that capital.       

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US President Donald Trump again mentioned Jerusalem during his Thursday Hanukkah speech saying: “Right now I am thinking about what is going on and the love that is over Israel and all about Jerusalem.”

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