US Ambassador Friedman shows his guitarist talents in Jerusalem

"Did you know our US Ambassador to Israelis more than a great ambassador--he's a rock star! Sweet guitar! Great ambassador!" said Governor Huckabee in a tweet.

US Ambassador to Israel David Friedman looks on as he speaks during a briefing at The Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs in Jerusalem February 9, 2020. (photo credit: AMIR COHEN/REUTERS)
US Ambassador to Israel David Friedman looks on as he speaks during a briefing at The Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs in Jerusalem February 9, 2020.
(photo credit: AMIR COHEN/REUTERS)
Last week, on February 19, US Ambassador to Israel, David Friedman, posted a video of himself jamming with Governor Mike Huckabee on Chuck Berry's Johnny B. Goode.
"The band is back together again in Jerusalem! A great honor tonight to join Gov Huckabee and some great musicians to entertain an incredible group of US visitors to Israel," said Friedman in a tweet followed by the video.
"Did you know our US Ambassador to Israelis more than a great ambassador--he's a rock star! We had some fun in Jerusalem 2nite. Yep, that's a Gold Top Les Paul he's playing. Sweet guitar! Great ambassador!" said Huckabee in a tweet.
This is not the first time Friedman showcased his talents.
A few days before, on February 13, Arutz Sheva posted a video on YouTube on Friedman playing guitar on Lynyrd Skynard’s classic, Sweet Home Alabama, with Huckabee in Jerusalem.