WATCH: Trump Trolls Obama, Bush and Clinton About Jerusalem

Just one day after recognizing Jerusalem as Israel’s capital city, President Trump hosted a Hannukah celebration at the White House, Soon after that Trump trolls Obama, Bush and Clinton with a video that is right on the money.

“Right now I’m thinking about what’s going on and the love that’s all over Israel and all about Jerusalem,” Trump said, per the Los Angeles Times.

This drew a huge applause and cheers from the crowd.

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Treasury Secretary Steven T. Mnuchin recited a traditional prayer that he said has special meaning this year due to the Trump and Israel actions.

“For the first time since the founding of the State of Israel, an American president has courageously declared what we have always proclaimed, which is that Jerusalem is the capital of Israel,” Soloveichik said.

Later on in the night President Trump did what he does best. Trolled on Twitter. He took a shot at former Presidents Barack Obama, George W. Bush and Bill Clinton by showing a video montage that featured all three of them promising to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital city. The clip was followed by one of himself actually delivering on the promise.

Trump accompanied the tweet with, “I fulfilled my campaign promise – others didn’t!”

Trump Trolls Obama, Bush and Clinton


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