White House: Trump to deliver remarks on embassy decision on Wednesday

December 5, 2017 22:24


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US President Donald Trump will deliver remarks on embassy decision on Wednesday, White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said during a daily press briefing.She confirmed that at 5:30 p.m. Eastern Time, senior administration officials will hold a background briefing to explain the president's decision.

Sanders also confirmed that the US president spoke with five world leaders regarding the decision, and said that 'Trump will make the decision that's right for America.'

Sanders said Trump is "pretty solid on his thinking" and near a decision but stressed she did "not want to get ahead" of his announcement.

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