"America has no better friend than Israel and Israel has no better friend than America", Netanyahu continued. The ideology is also associated with political conservatives - with leaders of the Religious Right like Pat Robertson and Jerry Falwell advancing the belief that America should support Israel because the Jewish state is the fulfillment of biblical prophecy.
During her U.S. Senate confirmation hearing, current U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley declared that she would never abstain from voting on Israeli sanctions, and since taking on her position, she's kept her word, time and time again.
"They want to conquer the Middle East, they want to destroy the State of Israel, and then they want to conquer the world", he warned.
"Let me say with confidence to all who are gathered here, and to all who of the watching world, President Trump and I stand without apology today", he told the crowd.
Every US president has signed such a waiver twice a year after a law was passed in 1995 mandating the relocation of the embassy to Jerusalem. "He will be remembered for thousands of years for his act of courage to treat Israel like we already treat other nations".
This is a goal Netanyahu advocated for during his speech earlier in the night. Netanyahu also spoke about Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
Pence, who has always been close to the pro-Israel community, has said several times that Trump would fulfill the promise.
"This president hears you".
"To the men and women of Christians United for Israel, this president hears you", Pence said at the annual Christians United for Israel conference in Washington.
Vice President Mike Pence told evangelical supporters of Israel that God had a hand in creating the state of Israel, and Pence said his support for the country is rooted in his faith. "It is only when". During his speech, Pence cited his longstanding relationship with the group, saying he had spoken before them as a member of Congress and worked with them on legislation he signed as governor against the boycott, divestment and sanction movement, a campaign to put economic pressure on Israel over the treatment of Palestinians.
A March 2016 Gallup poll found that the majority of Americans - 56% - didn't express an opinion when asked if the USA embassy should move from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. At the time, the White House said the decision was made to improve chances of peace between the Israelis and Palestinians, but that the administration would eventually move the embassy.