White House Press Secretary Spicer officially comments on speculations about embassy move

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January 23, 2017 21:57

 
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In his first White House press briefing White House Press Secretary and Communications Director for President Donald , Sean Spicer, referred on Monday to the much-discussed debate regarding President Trump's declared intention to move the US embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.

Spicer explained that the embassy move was yet to be officially decided, saying that "if it were already a decision then we wouldn't be going through a process."

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