“Donald Trump!” said Melissa Brunner from Georgia, as she posed for a photo in front of the recently inaugurated U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem.
Beckah Shae, a Nashville-based singer-songwriter popular on Christian radio, snapped selfies alongside the creamy limestone wall inscription reading: “EMBASSY/UNITED STATES OF AMERICA/JERUSALEM, ISRAEL/DONALD J. TRUMP/PRESIDENT.”
People from the Beit Tehila Congregation (“Teaching the Hebrew roots of the Christian faith”) in Brandon, Fla., piled out of a tour bus, posed in front of the embassy wall plaque and sang the Israeli and U.S. national anthems.
“This is the center of the Earth right here,” said Linda Carter, a member of the church group. “Not the Earth, but the center of our universe — ours.”